Photos and video show Scottish bus after crashing into apartment
Photos and video show double-decker bus after crashing into apartment building
Police, an ambulance and three fire engines were dispatched to the scene at South East Circus Place in Edinburgh around 7 a.m.
No injuries were reported.
The cause of the incident has not been confirmed.
The road was closed at the junction with Howe Street and detours were put in place for several hours.
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Emergency services remained on site in the afternoon as firefighters struggled to remove the vehicle.
The Lothian bus was towed around 2 p.m. The owners of the affected building will need scaffolding to access it.
“I’m not surprised. When there is snow and ice, there are problems that happen here. It’s a dangerous place,” said Shona Campbell of Howe Street, which connects Circus Place.
Candia Kingston said, “Poor people in the house, can you imagine that bus in your living room window?
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police were called to South East Circus Place in the Stockbridge district of Edinburgh at around 6.55am on Monday 27 July following an accident involving a double decker bus. “
A spokesperson for Lothian Buses said: “We can confirm that one of our buses was involved in an incident this morning and we are assisting the Scottish Police with their investigations.”
Edinburgh City Council’s Shared Repairs Department ensured the area was safe. Repairs to the building will be the responsibility of the owner.
A council spokesperson said: “Our shared repair service was on site this morning to help emergency services secure the area and establish access for residents.”