Meanwhile, the owner of the car in which Princess Diana died plans to put the wreckage on display in an American museum.
Jean-Francois Musa said it would be a 'mark of respect' to the royal, who died next to her boyfriend Dodi Fayed when drink driver Henri Paul crashed in a Paris tunnel.
VIDEO: Emergency services at the scene (courtesy of UK News in Pictures) Knockhall Chase was closed for several hours while accident investigation work was carried out.
Police spokesman Vicki Foster said: "Kent Police was called at 12.20pm on Thursday 30 November 2017 to a report of a collision involving a pedestrian and a bus in Knockhall Chase, Greenhithe. Emergency services are currently at the scene and a road closure is in place." Ambulance service spokesman Rich Airey said: "We attended the scene after receiving a call at 12.10pm that a pedestrian had been injured in a collision.
A pensioner has been left seriously injured after reportedly losing her footing and falling into the path of a bus.