New homes found for residents after minibus crash in Gomm Place

Bucks Free Press: New homes found for residents after minibus crash New homes found for residents after minibus crash

NINE households have been found alternative homes after a runaway minibus crashed into a block of flats.

On Wednesday morning before 9am an unattended vehicle rolled down a hill and crashed into the main entrance at Fieldhouse Court, Gomm Place in Wycombe Marsh.

Guinness South run the flats.

Spokesman, John Olaitan, head of maintenance, said: “The emergency services attended along with our maintenance surveyor and neighbourhood officer for the area. We are pleased to report that no residents were injured and alternative accommodation has been arranged for nine households.

“Contractors attended to secure the entrance and make it safe and residents were allowed to return to their homes around 2pm.”

Guinness South is a member of The Guinness Partnership and said it provides good quality, affordable homes and services in London, South East England, the East of England and the South Midlands.


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