Two lives have been threatened after sustaining injuries in the Brighton bus crash today, which happened at 9.22am. It is not sure what life-threatening injuries the two people have got at this given time, but it is known three other people have been seriously hurt.
The crash in Brighton today happened when two buses collided in the Queens Road centre; police reported that there were between 6 to 8 people walking around injured after the collision.
Both vehicles belong to Brighton & Hove Buses and managing director, Martin Harris said a full investigation is underway according to BBC news, he also said all the passengers were “evacuated and the emergency services have been in attendance, along with our operational team.”
This has now been listed as a major incident, and if you visit the @SECAmbulance Twitter account for emergency healthcare across Kent, Surrey and Sussex you will see a number of tweets. They said they were on the scene of the RTC in Brighton involving two buses, in another tweet they said its clinicians treated 23 patients in total with 6 response cars ait ambulance and HART, 7 ambulances. Another tweet said 7 patients were taken to the Royal Sussex Hospital with 2 very serious injuries and 6 other patients being taken to Princess Royal in Haywards Heath.
AzzaTierneyOfficial over on Twitter posted a picture of the Brighton bus incident. If you have any information please do comment below.