Wednesday 28 September 2016

Seven hospitalised following crash involving smart car and double-decker bus

David Mercer

Published 16/01/2016 | 10:35

A number of people are being assessed by medics following the crash which happened at about 7.35am in London Road, Enfield, north London Credit: London Ambulance Service/PA Wire
A number of people are being assessed by medics following the crash which happened at about 7.35am in London Road, Enfield, north London Credit: London Ambulance Service/PA Wire

Emergency crews have declared a "significant incident" after a crash involving a smart car and a double-decker bus which mounted a kerb.

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A number of people are being assessed by medics following the crash which happened at about 7.35am in London Road, Enfield, north London.

The car's driver has been taken to hospital, London Ambulance Service said.

Images posted online showed the badly-mangled wreckage of the car in the road and the W8 bus on the pavement.

A number of people are being assessed by medics following the crash which happened at about 7.35am in London Road, Enfield, north London Credit: London Ambulance Service/PA Wire
A number of people are being assessed by medics following the crash which happened at about 7.35am in London Road, Enfield, north London Credit: London Ambulance Service/PA Wire

On its Twitter page, London Ambulance Service said it had cleared a "significant incident" and sent four ambulances, a response paramedic and its hazardous area response team

Police and London Fire Brigade are also at the scene and the road remains closed.

A number of people are being assessed by medics following the crash which happened at about 7.35am in London Road, Enfield, north London.
Credit: London Ambulance Service/PA Wire
A number of people are being assessed by medics following the crash which happened at about 7.35am in London Road, Enfield, north London. Credit: London Ambulance Service/PA Wire

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