Cyclist involved in collision with bus in Belfast city centre
A cyclist has been involved in a collision with a bus in Belfast city centre.
It happened at Belfast's Albert Clock Victoria Street junction.
Emergency services remain at the scene.
In a statement Translink confirmed the incident involved the 153A Ballyclare Goldline coach service.
A spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that an incident occurred involving a cyclist and the 153A Ballyclare Goldline coach service on Victoria Street, Belfast City Centre shortly after 2.15pm
"Emergency services attended the scene and we are assisting the PSNI with their investigation.”
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service confirmed they received a call at 2.15pm to the scene.
Ambulance crew were on the scene within three minutes.
The man's condition is not yet known.
Pedestrian back backer knocked down and injured by a bus at Belfast's Albert clock Victoria Street junction pic.twitter.com/2Vm9Xdv0uw— michael cairns (@Cairnspolitics) September 1, 2015
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