Ladbroke Grove, London, November 17th 2016. A double decker bus crashes into Kensal House on Ladbroke Grove prompting a major response from the emergency services including the air ambulance. According to Detective Chief Superintendent Ellie O’Connor of Met Police Kensington and Chelsea, 14 people including the driver were hurt, with none sustaining life-threatening or life changing injuries. Police officers would not speculate on the cause of the accident, Credit: Paul Davey/Alamy Live News

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Ladbroke Grove, London, November 17th 2016. A double decker bus crashes into Kensal House on Ladbroke Grove prompting a major response from the emergency services including the air ambulance. According to Detective Chief Superintendent Ellie O’Connor of Met Police Kensington and Chelsea, 14 people including the driver were hurt, with none sustaining life-threatening or life changing injuries. Police officers would not speculate on the cause of the accident, Credit: Paul Davey/Alamy Live News
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Ladbroke Grove, London, November 17th 2016. A double decker bus crashes into Kensal House on Ladbroke Grove prompting a major response from the emergency services including the air ambulance. According to Detective Chief Superintendent Ellie O’Connor of Met Police Kensington and Chelsea, 14 people including the driver were hurt, with none sustaining life-threatening or life changing injuries. Police officers would not speculate on the cause of the accident, but apologised for delays and commended all branches of the emergency services for their prompt and efficient response. The bus will be towed away for further investigations. PICTURED: The windscreen of the bus hangs from its mountings.
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