Wrexham bus crash closes visitor centre road for weekend

A bus crash has closed the road past a Wrexham visitor centre.

The bus hit a wall and was left balancing over a drop on Rhos Berse Road at Nant Mill Visitor Centre, Coedpoeth.

The bus was empty of passengers and the ambulance service said the driver did not need medical treatment.

Two fire crews using lifting equipment removed the bus from the drop. Wrexham council says the road will be closed over the weekend.

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