The bus driver involved in a collision with a police car racing to attend the scene of a stabbing in Hammersmith has been released from hospital.
Police had been called at around 5.45pm after a man, believed to be in his 20s, was stabbed near Hammersmith Broadway shopping centre.
A short time later, a police car en-route to the incident was involved in the collision with a London United-operated 220 bus, on Talgarth Road at the junction with Fulham Palace Road.
A spokesman for the company said the driver was involved in a collision with a police car at Hammersmith Broadway at 5.50pm.
He continued: “Our driver who was taken to hospital and later released is thankfully doing well.”
The two police officers in the car were also taken by ambulance to hospital for non-life threatening injuries.
Their latest condition and that of the stabbed male are not known.
It is believed there have been no arrests in connection to the stabbing.
The incident caused severe traffic delays in the area.