An investigation has been launched by First Bus following a collision with a bridge in Glasgow which left ten people in hospital on Sunday.
A First Bus crashed into a bridge on Cook Street in the southside of the city around 11.35am.
A major emergency response was prompted including police, fire and ambulance crews after the roof of the bus was torn off.
Ten people, including a child, were rushed to hospital as a result as a number of other casualties were treated at the scene.
First Bus confirmed that a full investigation is under way into the incident.
Duncan Cameron, managing director of First Bus Scotland, said: “Following the incident involving one of our vehicles at Cook Street, we can confirm a full investigation is under way and will need to complete the investigation before we can comment further.
“We continue to work closely with emergency services to ensure all those affected by the incident are ok and looked after. We have appointed a specialist trauma case management team at Corpore to help and support our customers who have suffered any adverse psychological, emotional and physical effects of trauma following the incident on Sunday.
“The safety of our customers, alongside that of our colleagues, remains our number one priority.”
Police Scotland also said that investigations into the incident are ongoing.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Around 11.35am on Sunday, May 21, 2023, we received a report of a bus crashing into a bridge on Cook Street, Glasgow.
“Emergency services attended and ten people were taken to various hospitals for treatment.
“A number of road closures were put in place until around 5pm. Enquiries into the crash remain ongoing.”
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