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Police were called to a Worcester road after a crash between a bus and a car, which left the bus with its bumper hanging off.

Officers partially blocked Bath Road after the two vehicles crashed shortly before 11.30am this morning (January 11).

An image of the scene shows the bus’s front bumper hanging off with a second vehicle stopped across the turning to Stanley Street.

First Bus Worcester says no one was hurt during the incident and all passengers were safely transferred onto the next service.

Rob Hughes, operations director at First Worcester said: “One of our buses was involved in a road traffic incident this morning on Bath Road when a third party vehicle turned across and in front of the bus to access a side road.

“Both vehicles collided and minimal damage was caused, there were no injuries sustained or disruption to service, travelling passengers were transferred onto the next bus for their onward journeys.”

Police confirmed they attended the scene and partially blocked the road while both drivers dealt with the initial aftermath, but say no further involvement was required.

A spokesperson for West Mercia Police said: “We were called at around 11.25am today (January 11) to reports of a collision on Bath Road in Worcester.

“The drivers of the two vehicles exchanged insurance details and no police attendance or involvement was required.”

Police called to Worcester road after bus and car crash

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