Six people taken to the hospital after the bus crashed into wall in East London


X people were hospitalized after the bus crashed into wall in East London on Wednesday afternoon.

The Metropolitan Police said they received a call at 1:55 p.m. hit a wall on the main road in Romford.

Officers and the London Ambulance Service (LAS) were present, and 15 people treated on the spot.

“We took 5 of these patients to the hospital, and one further patient also made them way in hospital.

“The remaining nine patients were tested over and discharged on the spot.

The meteorological police said no of injuries are “considered life-threatening”.

Gary Jennings, 56 years old fire alarm engineer from Dagenham, told the Standard he was working on Homestead Road when he heard “very loud” noise “what sounded like the truck is driving over speed cones.”

He went outside look and said he saw “lots of dust and bricks everywhere.

Mr Jennings helped injured passengers, including a man in his wheelchair off bus, which he said crashed into wall It was hit.

“He already was thrown off his wheelchair on bus so I helped him off and some others”.

The bus was also knocked down tree, and there were fears that someone was stuck under it.

Mr. Jennings said there were schoolchildren and pensioners there. on a bus that was ‘about a third full” at that time of in crash.

“Bus driver still in taxi, he was awake, but there was blood and glass everywhere. At this time, a guy looked after him.

“There was one lady with cut lip, i think a lot of people we just shocked up.

“They walked around like zombie movie, not knowing what really happened, they just in Little of shock.”

Met asks anyone who witnessed the incident and has not spoken yet with the police will come forward.



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