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28 January 2013, 12:01 | Updated: 28 January 2013, 18:13
A bus has had its roof completely ripped off after the vehicle hit a train bridge in Hampshire.
Emergency crews were called to Portchester train station on Monday morning (Jan 28th).
About 15 firefighters were sent to help, and a crane had to be used to remove the roof from the bridge.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service tell us the bus wasn't in service at the time so there were no passengers onboard.
The 45-year-old bus driver was left in shock, he was given first aid and oxygen by firefighters.