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Man still fighting for life after being hit by 172 bus in Old Kent Road

A man is in a “serious but stable” condition after being hit by the 172 bus in the Old Kent Road yesterday.

The pedestrian, aged in his twenties, was hit at around 3.20pm at the junction of Old Kent Road and Humphrey Street.

The police, ambulance and air ambulance were all called. No arrests have been made and enquiries continue.

The Old Kent Road was closed off, which caused severe delays across the borough at rush hour.

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