At least one person has been killed, and a further two injured, after a bus veered from the road, crashing into the front of a bank, in the UK city of Darlington.
A bus has crashed into the front of a bank on a busy high street, killing one person and injuring two others.
The elderly female pedestrian died after the vehicle hit a Halifax branch in Darlington, Durham Police confirmed.
The driver of the bus, a 52-year-old man, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
The North East Ambulance Service had three crews at the scene, including a hazardous area response team, trauma paramedics and a helicopter.
Durham Police said the bus had veered off the road, hitting a pillar near the bank’s entrance.