Six people on a bus have been taken to hospital following a collision between a double-decker bus and heavy goods vehicle in Kensington High Street.
All those injured are believed to have been on the bus. It is not known if the bus driver is among those six.
Transport for London (TfL) have said it will launch a full investigation into the incident. A spokesperson for Waitrose said its driver was shaken but not hurt.
Emergency crews attended the scene, with police later saying six people had been taken to hospital with injuries not thought to be serious.
London Fire Brigade said it assisted police making the scene safe while the injured people were removed from by the ambulance crew. Neither emergency service was able to say if those injured were passengers on the bus.
A TfL spokesman said: “At around 5.50am this morning a route 27 bus, operated by London United Busways Ltd, was involved in a collision with a lorry at the junction of the A315 Kensington High Street and Abingdon Road, W8.
"Emergency services attended the scene.
"There will be a full investigation into the incident."
The incident happened just days after a woman died in a collision between a double-decker bus and a car, in Harrow, on Tuesday (July 28).