Met Police appeal for witnesses after girl is injured by stone thrown at bus

Metropolitan Police are appealing for witnesses after a girl was injured by a stone thrown at a bus in west London.  The incident occurred in West Drayton on the afternoon of July 21.   The stone was thrown at the U3 bus as it travelled south along Wise Lane, shattering the window nearest to the driver's cabin.   It collided with the back of the 11-year-old's head and a second person got glass in her eye.   Police officers took the girl to hospital, where she was later discharged.  PC Juliet Toll, who is he

The 11-year-old was brought to hospital after the incident (Stock photo)

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

Metropolitan Police are appealing for witnesses after a girl was injured by a stone thrown at a bus in west London.

The incident occurred in West Drayton on the afternoon of July 21. 

The stone was thrown at the U3 bus as it travelled south along Wise Lane, shattering the window nearest to the driver's cabin. 

The projectile hit the back of the 11-year-old's head and a second person got glass in her eye. 

Police officers took the girl to hospital, where she was later discharged.

PC Juliet Toll, who is heading up the investigation, urged for witnesses - especially the woman with the eye injury - to come forward. 

Any individuals who possess information are urged to contact PC Toll at Hillingdon Safer Transport Team by calling 101. 

You can also get in touch on Twitter by messaging @MetCC.

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