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Fire and police department came very quick.'There was six people up the top and they were all helping each other.
They acted quick yet it took a while to get everyone out, from the top window about an hour.
I hope everything gets cleared up soon, and everyone is okay.'The top of the bus looks really mangled. Lavender Hill.' The crash caused traffic chaos, with witness Maude Grant saying Lavender Hill was 'at a standstill' and emergency services were 'trying to get people off the bus'.
It's quite scary for people who would have been on that. I hope the bus driver is alright.'Witness Matthew Corner tweeted: 'Bus crash on Lavender Hill looked awful. London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Service and the Metropolitan Police are in attendance, with Wandsworth officers tweeting that a bus 'has gone into a building'.
There was loads of people on the streets taking pictures and videos.'Customers have been talking about it all morning.'Jasmin Manning, of Putney, works at the Four Thieves pub on Lavender Gardens, around the corner from the scene.
The 22-year-old said: 'I would say we will lose out on a bit of business today as most of our customers walk this way. But I suppose life is so much more important than a couple of customers.
Firefighters with cutting gear managed to rescue two women trapped on the top deck of the bus, adding that the passengers were 'both conscious and breathing'. He was conscious at that point.'And we took him to the side, and we pulled someone else out. They were both right at the front.'She added: 'I am pretty shaken up. I was really impressed with the ambulance service, with the police.
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This is the moment a double-decker bus crashed into a shop sparking a major rescue operation after the driver allegedly blacked out at the wheel.
The driver allegedly told passengers he had lost consciousness before the crash at about 7am, and emergency services said a total of ten patients had been treated. When people went over to him they thought he was dead because his eyes were rolled back in his head.'Someone told me that but I didn't see that.
Paramedics said two of these people were taken as a 'priority' to hospital in a stable condition, while another with minor injuries was also taken there for treatment. When I saw him he was dazed, and we pulled him out. 'I didn't see the other victim, but apparently she had ducked under the seat, so that saved her life.
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