The B11 bus was travelling along Longleigh Lane at around 8.25am on July 19 when it ran over the Collie dog before putting on its brakes.
Witnesses Laura Chester and Maria Sinclair say the driver and passengers got off the bus but rather than checking whether the dog was still alive, the driver got back on the bus and drove away.That's Bexley for you.
Thirty-three-year-old Mrs Chester, who had just dropped her son at Brampton Primary School at the time, is now urging drivers driving on this road to slow down, warning "it could be a kid next time."I think even a Bexley bus driver would baulk at running over a potential future customer, surely?
Operations director for London Buses Mike Weston said: “We are aware of an incident on July 19 at around 8.30am where a Route B11 bus operated by Go-Ahead struck a dog on Longleigh Lane.
"The operator is investigating the incident to ensure that the correct procedures were followed in this case.”Well, if a report wasn't made to police...then they weren't.