Bus driver helps woman who tripped onto road
- Credit: First Eastern Counties
A bus driver stopped to help a woman who tripped into a residential street.
The incident happened on Spinney Road, Norwich, close to Thorpe St Andrew Sixth Form, at around 10am this morning.
A First Eastern Counties buses spokesman said a woman tripped off the kerb onto the road close to a Red Line bus, but was not injured by the vehicle.
He said: 'The driver was about 30 yards away. He helped the woman, along with another pedestrian.'
The spokesman added that the woman did not receive serious injuries.
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He rang the East of England Ambulance Service Trust for assistance, but no other emergency services.
It is not yet known if the woman was treated or taken to hospital.
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The spokesman said no main bus services were affected because of the incident.