Passengers on board this Route 182 bus in Brent had a shock when a tree smashed into the windscreen.

Transport for London (TfL) diverted services after the stricken bus blocked Watford Road in Brent on Wednesday (March 30) morning.

Thankfully no one was reported to be injured in the incident.

Metropolitan Police confirmed that officers were called at 7.38am to the Pebworth Road junction of Watford Road to reports of a high road disruption.

When they arrived at the scene they found that a tree had fallen onto a bus and damaged the windscreen.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “The council were informed to remove the tree.

“No one was injured.”

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A driver in Watford Road snapped a picture showing the damage to the bus as he passed the incident.

Dipak Patel told getwestlondon : "We were just stuck in traffic but when we got past the bus we saw that it had hit a tree".

An hour after the incident, TfL confirmed that the Route 182 bus had reverted back to its normal route.

Tony Akers, TfL’s Head of Bus Operations, said: “At 7.30am today a route 182 double deck bus, operated by Metroline, was involved in a collision with a tree branch on Watford Road near its intersection with Pebworth Rd.

"There were no injuries to the passengers or the driver.

"There will be a full investigation into the incident."

Storm Katie has caused mayhem in west London this week, uprooting 20 trees in Hounslow, forcing runners in the Hillingdon Half Marathon to run an extra 0.1 miles, and causing a plane to land 180 miles away from its destination.

Firefighters were also called out to 110 storm-related incidents in London.