Emergency services have responded to an incident in the East End. 

Police are currently diverting traffic and pedestrians on Killin Street after a two-car road crash involving a bus and a car at around 12.10pm today. 

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A resident said: "I heard the crash from inside my house and initially thought it was an explosion."

The bus is currently being removed from the scene.

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It is understood that the driver of the car was taken to hospital as a precaution.

McGills confirmed that the bus driver was also taken to hospital but said her condition is not known.

A spokeswoman said: "We are supporting the police in their investigations including sharing our state of the art CCTV footage. 

"Our driver and the four passengers onboard at the time have suffered injuries as a result.

"We would like thank the emergency services for their support at the scene of this serious incident.”

A police spokeswoman said that two people had been taken to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary but that no bus passengers had required hospital treatment. 

She added that enquiries into the incident were ongoing.