A bus was left with its roof ripped off after crashing into a city centre bridge - just hours after a similar collision involving schoolchildren.
The double-decker collided with an arch in Frogmore Street, Bristol, at around 4.30pm on Thursday afternoon.
The collision ripped the entire roof off the vehicle, hours after several schoolchildren were injured when a Stagecoach bus hit a bridge in Winchester.
Eyewitnesses said there were no passengers onboard during the crash in Bristol, but the driver was left ‘shaken up’.
Paul Stoodley, 47, witnessed the Bristol crash, which happened outside the Queenshilling nightclub where he lives and works.
He said: "I saw it approach the bridge and thought 'this is not going to go well', but the driver carried on anyway.
"It just about got under but then it got stuck and whole roof came off."
The bridge and surrounding roads are expected to remain closed until a structural engineer can inspect the damage.
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