Harrowing photos as bus spectacularly crashes into a concrete pylon as cops frantically work to free eight people trapped inside
- Bus smashed into concrete pylon in Seven Hills, Sydney on Wednesday morning
- Eight passengers were freed from wreckage, with two taken to hospital
Eight people have been rescued from a bus after it smashed into a concrete pylon at a Sydney transport interchange.
Two passengers were taken to hospital in stable conditions after the crash in Seven Hills, in the city’s west on Thursday morning.
The remaining six passengers were assessed at the scene by paramedics but sustained no serious injuries.
A bus smashed into a concrete pylon at an interchange in Seven Hills, Sydney on Thursday morning
Shocking images show the extent of the damage on the bus
Two passengers were transported to hospital in stable conditions
Harrowing photos show the front of the bus completely smashed after it rammed into the pylon.
One man taken away in an ambulance was seen wiping his eyes with his hands while another patient was loaded onto a stretcher.
Firefighters, police and paramedics were all called to the scene near the Prospect Highway.
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