Two automobiles collide at Victoria Station in London, killing one person and injuring two others.
After two buses crashed at Victoria Station in London, at least one person was killed and two more were injured.
At 8:25 a.m., a single-decker 507 bus was reported to have collided with the back of another bus. One of the people hurt was a bus driver, and the victim is believed to be a pedestrian.
The bus stop in Terminus Place is roped off in photos from the incident.
The accident occurred in front of shocked commuters.
“One person has died and two people have been injured after a crash involving two buses at Victoria Station,” ITV political correspondent Simon Harris stated on Twitter.
“Victoria Station Bus Depot is closed owing to an accident, with many emergency services on the scene,” London Traffic Watch added.
Police cars can also be seen at the bus stop, preventing people from visiting the scene.
A death has been verified by the Metropolitan Police.
“Police were alerted to reports of an accident involving two buses and three pedestrians outside Victoria Railway Station at 08:25hrs on Tuesday, 10 August,” a spokeswoman said.
“Emergency services arrived and offered first assistance right away.
“At 09:00 hrs., one of the pedestrians, thought to be in her 30s, was pronounced dead at the site.
“Her relatives have yet to be notified.
“Two other persons were treated for injuries that were not life threatening.
“Buse service to Terminus Place is presently suspended.”