Shocking footage has emerged of the aftermath of a double-decker bus ploughing into a block of flats in North London.
The number 91 smashed through a low wall outside the building metres away from a Texaco garage in Crouch End, leaving residents terrified.
Thankfully, no one was injured as the bus was not carrying any passengers.
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No arrests have been made and the driver is helping police with enquiries, a spokesperson confirmed.
Shocked locals gathered at the scene of the crash in Chimes Terrace at just after 8pm on Saturday (September 18) as police rushed to cordon off the area.
(Image: Lucas Cumiskey/Triangle News)
One resident, named Zayd, said: “I was shocked to see the extent of the damage and it is a miracle nobody was hurt given the fact it was so close to a petrol station.
“Thank God nothing caught fire.”
Another said: “I passed it shortly after. I just can’t see how it’s even possible that the bus would even be at that angle to be able to do that.
“Hope no one is seriously injured, it will be nothing short of a miracle.”
“Oh wow, that roundabout has always been dodge,” remarked another local.
A London Ambulance Service (LAS) spokesperson said ambulance crews and incident response officers were rushed to the crash.
“We assessed seven people at the scene, but they were discharged and not taken to hospital,” they added.
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