This is the moment two buses collided on the borough's busiest junction on the weekend.

No one appears to have been injured in the crash which happened on Saturday morning.

The traffic lights are understood to have been down which caused the accident between a 468 bus, crossing Wellesley Road, and the 197 bus turning up George Street.

A spokesman from Arriva, which runs the 197 route, said: "The traffic lights were not working which contributed to one of our buses from route 197, colliding with a London Central Go Ahead bus.

"We are working with our colleagues at Go Ahead to find out what happened.

"There was no one injured on our bus and we think the damage was only superficial."

The junction of Wellesley Road and George Street has long been a hotspot for serious accidents.

In 2008 a 468 bus smashed into a tram at the junction. 28-year-old Andrzej Karcz was decapitated after being thrown from the front window of the bus when bus driver Raouf Mraidi, 29, ran a red light and slammed into a tram.

The collision sent the 468 bus careering down George Street, smashing into shop fronts before it finally came to a halt when it crashed into a parked BMW.

More recently, there have been a number of incidents where pedestrians have been injured in accidents trying to cross the road at the junction.

The accident on Saturday is under investigation.

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