Bus route resumes

A BUS route, which had to be diverted after vehicles were fired at, is back on track. In November police launched an appeal for witnesses after attacks on buses

A BUS route, which had to be diverted after vehicles were fired at, is back on track.In November police launched an appeal for witnesses after attacks on buses around St Marks Road in Worle with what was believed to have been an airgun.Bus operator First was forced to introduce diversionary routes to avoid St Marks Road, along with Wansbrough Road and Magdalen Way.But the travel giant has confirmed that the service has returned to normal for the time being at least.A spokesman said: "The service resumed as normal after a meeting with the police and representatives from North Somerset Council."At the moment the problem appears to have stopped. If it reoccurs we may have to take the buses off again.


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