Incident closes Iffley Road

Officers responded to an emergency call about concerns for a woman’s welfare at a house

Officers responded to an emergency call about concerns for a woman’s welfare at a house

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Iffley Road in Oxford was closed following a police incident at about 4.30pm yesterday.

Officers responded to an emergency call about concerns for a woman’s welfare at a house.

The road was shut in both directions between Aston and Henley Street and about nine police vehicles and an ambulance attended.

The closure caused serious traffic delays and both the Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach were forced to divert some of their services.

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2:37pm Thu 4 Sep 14

robbo81 says...

why was it closed then? came back last night and there was still a heavy police presence around 8:30pm. no follow up report....
why was it closed then? came back last night and there was still a heavy police presence around 8:30pm. no follow up report.... robbo81
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