A bus was left without a roof after driving under a low-lying railway bridge on Saturday morning. 

Debris from the crash was left covering Townend Road by Dumbarton Central Station. 

The First Bus coach left its entire top-end behind in one piece, however, luckily nobody was injured in the incident. 

Emergency services rushed to the scene just before 7am to recover the bus and remove the wreckage from the road. 

Police Scotland confirmed that a man had been reported for road traffic offences.

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Glasgow Times: Image: Jack HanlonImage: Jack Hanlon

First Bus confirmed to the Glasgow Times that the bus was out of service at the time of the incident. 

Glasgow Times: Image: Jack HanlonImage: Jack Hanlon

A local resident Jack Hanlon, a self-employed carpenter, said the bridge gets hit every "couple of years". 

He took pictures of crash and wrote: "Dumbarton central stations doing convertible conversions again.

"Rough start to Saturday for this bus driver."

Glasgow Times: Image: Jack HanlonImage: Jack Hanlon

A spokesman for First Bus said: "We can confirm an out of service bus has been involved in an incident on Townsend Road, Dumbarton.

"There are no reported injuries from anybody on-board at the time or members of the public.

"Emergency services attended the scene and the bus is in the process of being recovered.

“The safety and well-being of our passengers, drivers and the public are our number one priority and we are conducting a full investigation to determine how this incident happened.”

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Managing director of Scotland's railway, Alex Hynes, took to Twitter to warn drivers to be aware of their vehicle height. 

He wrote: "Thankfully no-one was injured. But, on an average day, the drivers of five heavy goods vehicles/buses put themselves, road users and passengers at risk.

"Do you know the height of your vehicle?"

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: "Police were called around 6.55am on Saturday, 27 June, 2020, following the report of a one-vehicle road crash involving a double decker bus that had collided with a bridge on Townend Road, Dumbarton.

"There were no injuries as a result of the incident and a man has been reported for road traffic offences."