A bus driver has been suspended after his runaway vehicle caused chaos in Glasgow on Monday.
The bus smashed into a car and four other buses, causing one to crash into a fifth, after he stepped out of it to buy refreshments.
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Two people were also taken to hospital after the incident on Renfield Street. The bus reportedly rolled away after the driver forgot to put the handbrake on.
It first hit a car waiting at traffic lights, which nudged forward and hit a pedestrian. It then went on to collide with other buses on the street.
Paul McNamee, editor of the Big Issue in Scotland, witnessed the crash. He told the BBC: "There didn't appear to be anyone on the runaway bus. It then collided with a single decker.
"It hit four buses and then sent one into a fifth."
Another witness told the Telegraph: "I saw the bus going down the street, the driver was chasing after it.
"The bang was unbelievable. There was nobody on the bus, it hit a car and the driver was lying on the ground for about half an hour."
A spokesperson told the Scottish Daily Record: "As per our procedures the driver concerned has been relieved of his duties while we undertake a detailed investigation."