Plymouth schoolboy, 14, injured in collision with bus
A SCHOOLBOY has been left with head injuries after he was involved in a collision with a bus.
Police were called to Laira Bridge Road at around 3.30pm yesterday after reports of a 14-year-old pedestrian who was in collision with a single-decker First bus.
The bus, the number 2 to Mountbatten, sustained damage to its front nearside windscreen.
The boy suffered what police have described as "non-life threatening, non-life changing head injuries".
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The road was briefly closed by police while paramedics from South Western Ambulance Service treated the teenage at the scene before taking him to Derriford Hospital.
No one has been arrested and police say they would like to hear from any witnesses who were in the area as part of their investigation into the cause of the collision.
A First spokeswoman said: "We can confirm that there was an incident involving one of our vehicles in Plymouth on Wednesday evening, whereby a bus was in collision with a pedestrian.
"Police and an ambulance attended the scene and the pedestrian was taken to hospital.
"The bus was in service at the time of the incident and was operating on Service 2 heading towards Mountbatten."
If you can assist police contact them on 101 quoting police log number 452 of October 10.