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The ambulance isn't on the road today, and needs repairs which will costs hundreds of pounds.Read the full story ›
On arrival the crew were chased back into their ambulance, which then had a window smashedRead the full story ›
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Part of the message read: “I don’t give a s**t if the whole street collapses”.Read the full story ›
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.
It took almost 45 minutes for firefighters to safely remove the driver from the wreckage of the car.Read the full story ›