A double-decker bus has crashed in Glasgow city centre, ploughing into a number of other buses and cars.
The incident happened in the city’s Renfield Street just before 4pm on Monday.
Police said one person was hit by a bus.
The bus which crashed is understood to have been empty at the time.
— Alisdair woodburn (@Naburn2) July 18, 2016
Emergency services are at the scene and Renfield Street has been closed at West George Street.
Journalist Paul McNamee witnessed the incident and tweeted: “Massive collision on Renfield in Glasgow. Runaway double decker bus ploughed down hill through junctions. At least 5 buses in smash.
“Looks like three cars badly damaged. Thankfully it doesn’t appear like any people badly hurt.”
Bus crash on renfield street pic.twitter.com/IV7fHF20tL
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A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “Around 1545 hours, police received a report of a bus having struck a male pedestrian on Renfield Street near to West George Street, Glasgow.
“Emergency services are at the scene and enquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances of the incident.”
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