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Investigation launched after Canada Water bus station closed for smashed panels

Transport for London has launched an investigation after the glass ceiling panels at Canada Water Bus station were found damaged.

The smashed windows were found by a bus driver at 5:30am on Saturday morning leading to the closure of the station and diversion buses.

Tony Akers, TfL’s Head of Bus Operations, said: “The bus station was closed and buses diverted to use stops just outside while broken glass was cleaned up and safety checks made.

“The station was fully reopened at 3:30pm on Saturday afternoon. A full investigation into the cause of the damage is underway.”

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