The roof of a double decker bus has been ripped off after the driver hit a bridge in Portchester, Hampshire.
Documents containing information on violent and registered sex offenders were inadvertently left on a bus in Brighton by a prison employee.
It's a situation faced by thousands of young couples trying to get onto the property ladder. Just what can they afford?
The roof of a double decker bus has been ripped off after it crashed into a bridge in Hampshire.
There were no passengers on board at the time when the bus hit the bridge in in Railway Street on Station Road in Portchester.
The bus was out of service at the time and the driver has been treated for shock.
The road remains closed and the Highways Agency are now dealing with the incident.
It's a situation faced by thousands of young couples trying to get onto the property ladder. Daniel Bond and Stacey Drinkwater struggled to find anything they could afford. Then they had an idea that was just the ticket.
They've now bought a place of their own - a detached two-storey residence in Kent with its own grounds, two bedrooms, a kitchen, bathroom, lounge - and bar. And it cost them 11 thousand pounds.
Oh yes, another thing. Their new home is a bus. David Johns gets a peek inside later.
A man had to be air lifted to hospital after colliding with a bus in Ash Lane in Rustington, near Littlehampton at around 3.50 this afternoon.
It's thought the pedestrian, who is in his sixties has serious head injuries.