Three people injured after Translink Metro bus involved in crash with car in Belfast
Three people have been injured after a Translink Metro bus was involved in a road crash with a car in Belfast city centre.
The smash happened at a junction in the Millfield area at around 6.30pm on Tuesday night.
A number of ambulances were sent to the scene along with police.
According to a spokesman for the ambulance service, three people injured in the crash were treated at the scene before being taken to hospital.
It's understood those involved in crash - which involved a bus and a black hatchback - did not suffer life-threatening injuries.
"The ambulance service were alerted to the accident at around 6.30pm," a spokesman said.
"Two rapid response paramedics and two accident and emergency crews were sent to the scene.
"Three people were injured and were treated at the scene before being taken to hospital."
A spokeswoman for Translink said there were less than five passengers on board at the time of the crash, and none were injured.
The bus driver was said to be shaken.
Belfast Telegraph Digital