The reason why several police cars flocked to an Oxfordshire business park has been revealed.

At around 6pm on Monday evening, a group of emergency service vehicles descended on the Bicester Business Park on Telford Road.

Four police cars, two ambulances and critical could be seen responding to an incident at the Bicester location.

Town folk watched on as the emergency services raced the business park with nearby workers hearing sirens and seeing blue lights all of a sudden.

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Police swarmed the business park.Police swarmed the business park. (Image: Public submission)

One eyewitness spoke anonymously to the Oxford Mail about the incident shortly after the police arrived at the site.

"The police and ambulances turned up on blue lights with the critical care following a few minutes behind," she said.

"The police and paramedics went into the building and someone was brought out on a stretcher but not put in the ambulance and it appeared that they were working on the person.

"I didn't see the police come back out or bring anyone out."

Thames Valley Police has now confirmed that the reason why the emergency services were there was a welfare incident.

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A spokesperson for the force said: “This was a fear for welfare incident that has now been resolved.”

There are several companies based at the town business park with Smoothflow Bars, Hello Cousous and Oxford Office Furniture all on site.

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