The 21-yr-previous driver of a double-decker bus that crashed at an Edinburgh hospital, injuring eight individuals, has been charged with harmful driving.
The roof of the bus was ripped off by an overhead walkway on the Western Basic Hospital on Sunday afternoon.
Six of the injured, women and men aged between 14 and 60, have been taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary for remedy.
Not one of the accidents was considered life-threatening.
Police Scotland stated the street was reopened on Sunday night and a report can be submitted to the procurator fiscal.
Officers are urging anybody who witnessed the crash to contact them.
Bus passenger Colin Major, 34, from Edinburgh, informed how the noise of the crash seemed like an explosion.
He stated: “I assumed it might have been a bomb, then I noticed the roof off the bus after which I observed it was half method underneath the walkway so I knew it had hit the bridge.
“I had simply obtained as much as inform the driving force he had gone the flawed means however then we hit the walkway.
“There was glass all over the place, the lights have been all down the steps and I feel everybody was in shock.
“The bus was only a mess, there was glass in all places.
“I used to be nonetheless choosing glass out of my trousers a few hours after it, it was fairly dangerous.”
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