POLICE attended the scene of an incident in Duntocher after a bus crashed into a garden this morning.

The First Bus reportedly crashed through a brick wall and into the front garden of a property on Farm Road just before the intersection of Craigielea Road.

Duncan Cameron, Operations Director for First Glasgow said: "I can confirm that a vehicle on service 81 was involved in a collision on Farm Road in Duntocher earlier today. No injuries were sustained and an investigation is underway to determine the root cause of the incident.”

A resident, who asked not to be named, told the Post: "I live in Craigielea Road and I am fed up with the volume of buses, double deckers too! My child walked to school this morning along with lots of others, and [the accident] could have been so much different. The speed of these buses is unacceptable."

Glasgow City Bus posted on Twitter: “Due to a Police incident on Craigielea Road, service 17 cannot serve Craigielea Road or Beeches Avenue. Buses will divert from Beval Road, left onto Farm Rd, right onto Beeches Rd and left at Auchentoshan. As soon as the road is clear we will return to normal.”

More to come.