It's been a busy final week of 2016 for west London, with road traffic incidents dominating the news.
Here are the most read stories of the week (December 26 to December 31).
Shocking pictures show moment car crashed through Hanger Lane barrier and landed in subway entrance
These shocking pictures show the aftermath of a car crash in Park Royal, which prompted the photographer to say it was a miracle that no one was seriously injured.
The incident in the early hours of Wednesday (December 28) resulted in the driver leaving the carnage before police arrived.
The Metropolitan Police was called at around 5am to reports of a collision in Hanger Lane.
The car reportedly went onto the roundabout, through a barrier and down into the subway entrance outside Hanger Lane station.
No one was found injured at the scene.
Uxbridge shoppers describe shocking moment moped riders attacked them with fire extinguishers
Alarmed victims who were in Uxbridge town centre were left in shock after moped riders sprayed them with fire extinguishers in three separate incidents.
Youths riding on the bikes struck in York Road, outside the tube station and Uxbridge High Street between 10pm and 11pm on Boxing Day.
Getwestlondon spoke to two of the innocent bystanders who were startled after coming across the youngsters.
Augusta Overton said she and four others were walking down the High Street when they saw bright lights coming towards them.
It became clearer that it was three youngsters on two mopeds as they swerved near them, according to Ms Overton.
She said: "They missed us by about half a metre and sprayed all five of us with the fire extinguisher."
A Metropolitan Police spokesman told getwestlondon: "We did get antisocial behaviour calls between 10pm to 11pm, but thankfully no one was seriously hurt.
"No arrests have been made regarding the three incidents."
North Acton gunman still on the loose 24 hours after threatening police following collision
Metropolitan Police launched a search for a man who threatened officers with what the force said appeared to be a firearm after a collision in the Victoria Road Junction on the A40 in North Acton, at around 8.45am on December 29, following a car chase.
On Friday morning (December 30) officers said the gunman remains on the loose.
Thursday's incident happened after police initially attempted to stop a car seen in Harlesden High Street.
Locked up in west London: See which criminals have been jailed in December
Violent robberies, a fatal stabbing, murder of a police officer, exploding ATM machines, and drug dealing were among the serious crimes which saw criminals jailed in London in December.
Getwestlondon named and shamed some of the worst offenders from the area, or who have committed crimes in west London, thanks to the work of the police and courts to fight for justice of the victims.
Follow the link below to see who has been jailed.
Seventeen injured after Heathrow to Oxford coach overturns in thick fog on M40
Seventeen people were injured when a Heathrow Airport to Oxford coach overturned in thick fog on the M40 on December 30.
The Oxford Bus Company coach came off the M40 slip road northbound at junction seven at around 2.45am on Friday.
South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS) said 17 passengers were harmed, with injuries ranging from broken collar bones to cuts and bruises.
A spokesman for the SCAS told getwestlondon: "The male coach driver and 16 adult passengers, a mixture of male and female, had sustained a variety of injuries, such as cuts, bruises and broken bones.
"All 17 patients were taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford.
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