Bus crashes into corner of house in Coventry

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The National Express bus was moved after crashing into the house

A double-decker bus has crashed into a house in Coventry.

The bus was in collision with a car before it hit the property on Keresley Road, near to a roundabout, at about 07:00 GMT.

West Midlands Police said there were "only a handful of people on board" and that no-one was seriously injured.

Emergency services have now moved the vehicle from the side of the house and the road has reopened.

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The front of the bus has been badly damaged
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No-one was seriously injured in the crash

The bus driver, a 44-year-old man, had a minor injury to his knee and a 27-year-old passenger had a cut to his lower right leg.

Another passenger also had a minor injury.

The driver of a Land Rover Discovery, also thought to have been involved in the crash, was treated for shock.

In a statement, National Express Coventry said staff were "co-operating closely with the authorities in their investigations into this incident".

Image source, Empics
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The National Express double-decker bus hit the corner of the house
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Emergency services attended the scene in Coventry