TIGHT SQUEEZE: A Mercedes-Benz C-Class is wedged between two buses following a crash in London. Image: Twitter/ Richard Beltran
LONDON, England - A Mercedes-Benz C-Class was left sandwiched between two London buses following a crash in London, England on Sunday (April 19), reports London's DailyMail.
Two people were treated for injuries following the crash in Goodge Street.
Richard Beltran, captured images of the crash, said the crash involved two Routemaster buses - dubbed 'Boris Buses' - as well as an Audi TT and a Mercedes, which is thought to have been operated as a minicab.
CRASH IN LONDON
Betlran posted images of the crash showing the C-Class wedged between the buses. The Mercedes suffered major damage to the front and rear.
Another eyewitness said at one point 15 buses were stuck in queues before they were diverted.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan police said several emergency services converged on the pile-up. The driver and passenger of the Mercedes were treated.