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“Anyone who has any information which could assist the investigation should call the 24-hour Thames Valley Police enquiry centre on 101, quoting URN 203 of 26/8.” The second HGV belonged to AIM Logistics.
The company’s director, Ismail Elmagdoub, said: “We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the families who have lost loved ones and also those whom have been injured at this very sad time.
Resident James Morris says it is time narrow bollards are brought in to be placed at both ends of the bridge to solve the problem.
“They drive it across the bridge all the time,” he said.
“They’re going to cause an accident – it’s dangerous what they’re doing.
“If they were going a bit too fast when it’s wet they could come off and hit someone.
Some residents who live near Millennium Walk claim scooters and motorbikes crossing the bridge are a frequent sight.
“Bollards would solve the problem because scooters and motorbikes wouldn’t fit through.” He added: “This has got to stop. “It’s stupidity to do what they’re doing and my concern is that an accident could happen.
I hope the police and council can sort this.” Mr Ward said the practice is “dangerous”. “There are some bollards which are narrow enough to stop motorbikes getting through.
This might be the answer.” Another resident Will Black said he hoped the drivers would be “caught” by the police.
He said: “If the guy came off the bike and hit someone they would be seriously hurt.