National Express Coventry has tweeted to say they are working closely with the authorities after one of their buses crashed into a house this morning.
The bus collided with a car on Keresley Road just before 7am. Four people have been injured.
National Express Coventry is co-operating closely with the authorities in their investigations into the Keresley Road incident.
These dramatic pictures show the aftermath of a bus crashing into a family home during the Monday morning commute.
The crash happened near to The Wallace Pub, on Keresley Road, Coventry shortly before 7am today (20 March).
A huge crack has appeared on the front of the house. A passer-by said it is believed most of the family were away for the weekend. He said the bus has pushed the house back.
A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service has told ITV News Central that nobody within the house where a bus crashed into in Coventry was injured.
Four others - including the bus driver - were injured, but nobody has been sent to hospital.
The spokesman said:
We were called at 6.45am. There were four injuries but nobody is going to hospital.
There were initially suggestions the bus driver, 44, was trapped. But he just had a knee injury and was discharged.
A passenger on the back seat of the bus in his 20s had a leg injury and was discharged.
Two people in a car that collided with the bus were also discharged at the scene.
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There are delays of up to 30 minutes and some London Midland services are cancelled between Birmingham New Street and Coventry.
This is due to emergency services dealing with an incident at Stechford. Tickets are being accepted on local bus routes.
There is slow moving traffic on the M6 Southbound between J2 M69 / A46 (Coventry) and J1 A426 (Rugby / Lutterworth).
This is due to an overturned vehicle and a rolling road block.