Six people have been treated by ambulance crews after a bus crash in Croydon.

London Ambulance Service were called to Hogarth Crescent just after 2pm on July 6 to report the crash between two replacement buses and two cars.

A motorcycle paramedic and an incident response officer were dispatched to the scene.

Six people were treated at the scene and three of them were taken to hospital while the others were discharged on scene.

One of the buses was not in service and there were no passengers on board the other bus at the time.

Rosie Trew, TfL’s Head of Bus Service Delivery, said: "We're very sorry for any damage or disruption caused when two rail replacement bus services were involved in a collision with two cars in Croydon. 

“We have support available for anyone affected by this incident.

“We are working with the bus operator, Transport UK, to establish what happened.” 

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called at 2.14pm on Saturday 6 July to reports of a road traffic collision on Hogarth Crescent, Croydon.

“We sent ambulance crews, a motorcycle paramedic and an incident response officer to the scene.

“Our first crews arrived on scene in two minutes.

“We treated six patients in total.

“We took three of them to hospital and discharged the others on scene.”