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Baby and bus driver treated for minor injuries after bus ploughs through Collier Row front garden

PUBLISHED: 09:20 01 October 2019 | UPDATED: 12:04 01 October 2019

A double decker crashed into a resident's garden on Tuesday, October 1 in Collier Row. Picture: Alvydas DB

A double decker crashed into a resident's garden on Tuesday, October 1 in Collier Row. Picture: Alvydas DB

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A baby and a bus driver are being treated for minor injuries after a double decker crashed through a home's front garden wall in Collier Row this morning (Tuesday, October 1).

A double decker crashed into a resident's garden on Tuesday, October 1 in Collier Row. Picture: Alvydas DBA double decker crashed into a resident's garden on Tuesday, October 1 in Collier Row. Picture: Alvydas DB

A Metropolitan Police spokeswoman confirmed officers were called at 8.41am to the junction of Firbank Road and Clockhouse Lane to reports of "a bus in someone's front garden".

She added: "The London Ambulance Service are en route.

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"A baby was in a push chair that toppled over and is now being treated as a precaution, and the bus driver is being treated for shock.

"There are no reports of any serious injuries."

The London Ambulance Service confirmed it was called at 8.43am to reports of "a road traffic collision" in Firbank Road.

An incident response officer was despatched to the scene but it was soon ascertained that no one had suffered any serious injuries and the paramedic crew was stood down.

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