Northern bypass has reopened following crash

Oxford Mail: A40 Northern Bypass closed after car and bus collide A40 Northern Bypass closed after car and bus collide

OXFORD'S A40 Northern Bypass has now reopened following a crash in the early hours this morning which left one man hurt.

The accident involving a van and a bus happened at 3.15am between Banbury Road and Marsh Lane.

A spokesman for South Central Ambulance said a 30-year-old man has been taken to hospital suffering leg injuries.

Following the crash police accident investigators closed the road and it reopened about 9.30am.

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