ONE person has been taken to hospital after a bus crashed into Carlisle's train station this evening. 

Footage obtained by the News & Star shows the damaged bus after the crash, (November 30). 

Two people were also treated at the scene. 

The station entrance was temporarily closed with a diversion to allow access in and out of the station. 

Train services are currently still running. 

Hermoine from Hastings, a witness at the scene, said: "As I came out the station, I saw the paramedics working on someone on the floor. 

"They were near the bus at the time." 

A spokesperson from North West Ambulance Service said: "One person has been taken to hospital. Two others were treated at the scene. 

"We had an advanced paramedic and ambulance on scene." 

Traffic through the car park is now flowing.

9.00pm: Through route now established for vehicles and pedestrians entering the station. 


News and Star: Crash pictured by News & Star reporter. Crash pictured by News & Star reporter. (Image: Ollie Rawlinson)