EMERGENCY services have been called after a bus was involved in a crash with a car in Lenzie, East Dunbartonshire.

Passers by reported that the front of the double decker bus had been "panned in" from the impact of the collision at the junction of Lindsaybeg Road and Auchinloch Road at around 7.50pm.

Police Scotland had no details of any casualties, but locals reported around a dozen emergency vehicles two fire engines, three ambulances and police cars on the scene.

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The bus was an X85 which was on its way to Glasgow.

Police were still at the scene just before midnight on Wednesday and the damaged bus was attached to a recovery truck ready to be towed away. 

One local reported: "It looks serious.  It is a really bad accident.  The bus has its front panned in and I could see the windscreen was broken.

"There are probably about a dozen emergency vehicles,  fire engines, ambulances, police cars, everything.

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"We are having to take a detour to take home as the road is closed off.   

Another local described the car was "a mess".

A Police Scotland spokesman said: "At about 7.50pm, emergency services responded to a report of a road crash involving a bus and a car on Lindsaybeg Road near to the junction of Auchinloch Road, Lenzie.   

"Police, fire and ambulance are at the scene and Lindsaybeg Road is currently closed.

"There are no further details in the meantime."

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