Photos show aftermath of crash involving double decker bus and car in Yorkshire

Roads in Sheffield city centre were sealed off last night after a crash involving a double decker bus and a car.

A cordon was put in place around the crash scene at the junction of West Street and Upper Hanover Way after emergency services were deployed at around 10pm.

The collision, which happened close to the University tram stop, involved a Stagecoach double decker and a silver Peugeot 208.

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The bus involved in the smash struck one of the overhead line support poles associated with the tram network.

A double decker bus and a car were involved in a collision at the junction of West Street and Upper Hanover Street in Sheffield city centre last night (Photo: Gina Kalsi)

Trams are suspended between Shalesmoor and Cathedral this morning as a result of the incident.

A shuttle service is running from Malin Bridge and Middlewood to Shalesmoor.

It is also believed to have hit a section of pedestrian safety railings.

But police at the scene said that nobody was seriously injured in the incident.

A double decker bus and a car were involved in a collision at the junction of West Street and Upper Hanover Street in Sheffield city centre last night (Photo: Gina Kalsi)

Debris from the crash scene was cleared away and emergency maintenance work was carried out to the damaged metal safety railings on Upper Hanover Way.

South Yorkshire Police said the force received a call at 9.46pm reporting of a road traffic collision on Glossop Road in Sheffield.

It said the road remains closed while repairs take place this morning.