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A double-decker bus has crashed into the front of a shop on a busy high street in southwest London, with two passengers trapped.
Firefighters with cutting gear are trying to free trapped passengers from the top of the bus following the incident in Lavender Hill, close to Clapham Junction train station, just before 7am.
The driver of the route 77 bus has been taken to a south London hospital, while the London Ambulance Service said six people have been treated at the scene.
The crash happened just before 7am. Pic: Jack Hillcox
Resident Brendan Pfahlert said the crash "sounded like a large amount of glass being dropped".
Photos posted on social media showed the vehicle on the pavement and smashed into the front of the Poggen Pohl Kitchen Design Centre.
Shattered glass could be seen across the ground and paramedics are tending to people on the top deck.
The bus crashed into the Poggen Pohl Kitchen Design Centre
London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Service and the Metropolitan Police are all at the scene.
According to police, none of those hurt have suffered life-threatening or life-changing injuries.
Wandsworth Police wrote on Twitter: "Road will be closed for sometime, we have reports of casualties unable to confirm severity at this time."

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