A bus window was blown out while it was travelling across the Tay Road Bridge during strong winds.
The Stagecoach bus was on the Tay Road Bridge heading towards Dundee around 9am on Wednesday morning when heavy winds caused damage to the back window.
The bridge was closed to traffic northbound after a window from the Stagecoach 46 bus which was travelling on the carriageway fell out.
Teams working on the bridge had to clear a “significant amount of glass” from the road which took around 20 minutes.
A cars-only restriction, which includes single decker buses, was in place.
A spokesperson for Stagecoach East Scotland said: “Heavy winds caused damage to the rear window on one of our vehicles this morning, whilst travelling across the Tay Road Bridge. There were no injuries as a result.
“Safety is our absolute priority, and we will continue to follow the traffic restrictions set by only using single-deck vehicles for travel across the Tay Road Bridge until conditions improve.”
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