Renfield Street was closed for around two hours on Monday between West George Street and St Vincent Street as officers investigated the crash
TWO men were treated in a local hospital for injuries relating to an incident involving a double decker bus crash in Glasgow city centre.
A service bus with no driver on board crashed around 3.45pm on 18 July. Two other buses and a car were involved in the collision.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said two men were taken to hospital. She said in a statement: "Police are appealing for information following an incident involving a bus in Glasgow city centre on Monday 18 July 2016.
"Around 15:45 police received a report of a bus apparently travelling south on Renfield Street having collided with a stationary car at traffic lights at West George Street. The car moved forward and struck a pedestrian on Renfield Street.
"The bus continued to travel on Renfield Street before it collided with a stationary bus near to St Vincent Street, which then nudged into another stationary bus on Renfield Street.
"Two men have been taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary for treatment to injuries.
"Inquiries are ongoing to establish the exact circumstances of the incident, including reviewing CCTV footage, and anyone with information is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101."
First Bus issued a statement in relation to the incident. A spokesman for the company confirmed that a First Glasgow vehicle was involved in the incident on Renfield Street on Monday afternoon.
"We've launched an immediate investigation and will work closely with the emergency authorities to determine exactly what happened.” First Bus
He said: "We can confirm that a First Glasgow vehicle was involved in an incident on Renfield Street this afternoon.
"Its too early to speculate on the cause of the incident, however, we've launched an immediate investigation and will work closely with the emergency authorities to determine exactly what happened.
"Our thoughts at this time are with the two men who were injured as a result of the incident."
Picture and video courtesy of Alice Muir
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