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BBC.A40 crash leaves two dead after police chase

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Acton crash scene Image copyright Peter Manning Image caption The crash happened about 20 minutes after the police pursuit began in response to an aggravated burglary in Harrow

Two people were killed in a car that drove down the wrong side of the road and hit a coach following a lengthy police pursuit in west London.

The man and woman died on the A40 in Acton, at about 21:00 GMT on Sunday.

A second man was hurt in the crash, which took place after the pursuit began seven miles away in Harrow after reports of an aggravated burglary.

The Met Police said its officers did not follow when the car went down the wrong side of the A40.

Fire and ambulance crews, along with the police helicopter, were called in and roads in the area - near the A40's junction with Kingsdown Avenue - were closed.

Transport for London said the roads reopened in both directions at 07:45 GMT.

Acton crash scene Image copyright Peter Manning Image caption A police helicopter was called in to help with the pursuit

The second man was later taken to hospital for treatment, although the extent of his injuries has not been confirmed.

There were no reports of any other serious injuries, the Met said.

The Directorate of Professional Standards and the Independent Office for Police Conduct have been informed, the force said.           https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-47194056

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Pathca

The BBC  have as usual put a slant on it without actually saying anything 

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An IOPC statement said: 'It has now been confirmed, as part of a separate police investigation, that the occupants of the Renault were not present at the time of an aggravated burglary reported to have taken place in Harrow.'

A few news headlines saying the couple were innocent. No offence, but driving on the wrong side of a dual carriageway doesn't smack of innocence to me. In the USA we have a thing called felony evading which they would have been guilty of anyway. 

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