This was the moment a destroyed bus was taken away by road servicemen after it veered off the road and hit a wall near Ladbroke Grove Road, trapping a pedestrian and injuring a further 13 people.
Emergency services remained on the scene to guide cars and pedestrians around the cordoned off area, where the bus had been since the collision at 11.51am on Thursday (November 17) morning.
Police arrived to the Canal Way junction after reports of an incident of a crash involving the number 52 bus which was heading to Victoria.
Witnesses described how the red double decker 's front window "shattered" in an "absolute carnage" situtation .
Thirteen passengers were treated by medical staff and one pedestrian was taken to a central London hospital after being "wedged between the bus and the wall".
The injuries are not thought to be life-threatening or life-changing.
Matt Kyprianou is the club manager at Anytime Fitness.
Speaking to getwestlondon , he said he heard the sound of a car crash and turned around.
“I saw the bus go on the other side of the road," he said.
"It had clipped a white Audi and I saw it head straight to a woman.
"It went ‘bang’ straight into her.
“I thought ‘Oh My God’. The force it hit her, you would’ve thought she had no chance of surviving.
“The bus’s front window shattered and all the passengers flew forward.
"It all happened in slow motion and it was absolute carnage"
A London Fire Brigade spokesman said: "We were called at 11:52am. It was a bus in collision with a wall.
"There was one woman who was trapped under the bus. she was released and taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service."
Transport for London is investigating the incident.
The Met Police has confirmed that no arrests have been made.
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