A double decker bus ploughed into the front of a home on Boxing day.
The 118 bus on the way to Brixton in south London crashed into a car and then the front of the two-storey house in Streatham Vale just before 9pm.
Three people suffered minor injuries, while one of them was taken to hospital.
It remains unclear what caused the crash, but a neighbour said on Twitter a car “collided with the bus”.
He said: “Have not been on site since 11:30pm of last night, at which point there was an extraction vehicle for I believe the car that had collided with the bus originally, owner of the car was also standing by wearing a heat blanket but otherwise seemingly okay.”
A spokeswoman for London Ambulance Service said: “At 8.55, we were called to the Streatham area to reports of a bus in collision with a house and car.
“We sent a number of resources to the scene.
“There were three patients with minor injuries, one of whom needed to be taken to hospital by ambulance.”
A Met Police spokesman said: “Police were called at approximately 8.55pm on Wednesday, December 26 to reports of a bus in collision with a building in Streatham Vale.
“Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene.
“No reports of any serious injuries.
“No arrests; enquiries into the circumstances remain ongoing.”
By Ben Gelblum and Grainne Cuffe
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