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Roof ripped off double decker bus on Kingsway

Johnny Tam / Roar News

THE roof of a double decker bus was torn off after it hit overhanging trees on Kingsway this afternoon.

The 91 bus was outside King’s College London when the roof was severed clean off.

Two people were taken to hospital and two others treated for minor injuries.

London Fire Brigade station manager, Gary Squires, said: “Those involved were very lucky to escape serious injury.”

The roof of the bus outside Virginia Woolf Building. Johnny Tam / Roar NewsÂ

Mind your head: Part of the bus roof severed on Kingsway. Roar News / Johnny Tam

The bus was moved to Aldwych afterwards. Roar News / Johnny Tam

The damaged to the back of the bus clearly visible. Roar News / Johnny Tam

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