26 injured after roof sliced off London bus

26 injured after roof sliced off London bus
By Catherine Hardy with Reuters
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The double-decker crashed into a railway bridge in the UK capital. None of the injures are life-threatening.


26 people have been injured when a double-decker bus crashed into a railway bridge in London.

Firefighters say the bus roof was sliced off.

Three people trapped on the top deck had to be freed.

Five were taken to hospital after the accident in the early hours in Tottenham in the north of the UK capital.

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Police say they are investigating the incident. None of those injured is in a life-threatening condition.

Transport for London (TfL) says the bus had been privately hired and was not being operated by them.

There is no comment on media reports that the bus was being operated by an events and entertainment company.

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