Hundreds of fish killed in River Thames tributary in Oxfordshire

Dead fish in the river near Radcot A sewer pipe collapse in the area on Sunday is being investigated by Thames Water

About 200 dead fish have been found in an Oxfordshire river.

The Environment Agency is investigating after the discovery in a tributary running along the A4095 between Radcot and Faringdon.

A spokesman said: "Initial checks at points downstream including the River Thames found no other wildlife has been affected."

A sewer pipe collapse in the area on Sunday is being investigated by Thames Water.

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