Ten people have been taken to hospital after a double decker bus hit the underside of a railway bridge in Glasgow.
The roof of the bus was sheared off following the crash at 11.35am on Sunday in Cook Street in Tradeston.
Firefighters and paramedics were quickly called to the scene, where a number of casualties were treated.
Ch Insp Elaine Tomlinson, of Police Scotland’s Greater Glasgow Division, said: “Emergency services attended and 10 people were taken to various hospitals for treatment.
“A number of road closures remain in place, with disruption to some rail services.
“I would like to thank the public for their cooperation and ask they continue to avoid the area while enquires are ongoing.”
Police closed off a number of roads, and trains running between Glasgow Central and Paisley Gilmour Street were cancelled in both directions.
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Network Rail said that they would be carrying out an inspection of the bridge once the bus had been removed.
The train line was reopened just after 2.30pm on Sunday afternoon.
“While the bus is still under the structure, it’s no longer touching any part of the bridge,” Network Rail said on social media.