New Oxford Street crash: Double-decker bus smashes into All Bar One close to Tottenham Court Road station | EUROtoday

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A double-decker bus dramatically smashed via a pub window close to Oxford Street in central London on Tuesday morning.

Emergency companies had been known as after the yellow bus, considered the quantity 9, crashed into All Bar One in New Oxford Street, close to Tottenham Court Road Tube station, shortly after 10am.

Two folks had been handled by paramedics on the scene, with one taken to hospital.

Images shared on social media present the automobile lodged into the entrance of the stone constructing with shattered glass on the ground round it.

It’s not clear but if the pub was open on the time of the incident, however in keeping with its working hours on Google, it opened at 10am.

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The yellow double decker smashed into the All Bar One pub in New Oxford Street on Tuesday morning

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London Ambulance Service despatched an ambulance crew and an incident response officer to the scene of the crash. A spokesperson stated: “We treated two people. We took one patient to hospital and discharged the other at the scene.”

London Fire Brigade responded with two hearth engines and two hearth and rescue items from Soho, Euston and Battersea hearth stations.

A spokesperson stated: “Firefighters are at the scene of a road traffic collision on New Oxford Street in Soho.

“One double decker bus collided into the front of a building. One man left the bus before the Brigade’s arrival and is being assessed on scene by London Ambulance Service crews.

“There are currently no further reports of injuries. Road closures are in place and people are advised to avoid the area at this time.”

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson stated: “We had been known as at 10.16am on Tuesday, 5 March to reviews {that a} bus had collided with a pub in New Oxford Street, WC1.

New Oxford Street, which hyperlinks to Oxford Street, has been closed by police and there may be heavy visitors within the space as emergency companies stay on the scene.

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