The roof of a double decker bus was ripped off this morning after it was driven under a railway bridge at Portchester station in Hampshire.
There were no passengers on board, and no injuries have been reported. The recovery operation took some time resulting in disruption to road and rail travellers in the area. Andrew Pate sent this report from the scene. The interviewee is Paul Coates from Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service.
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