Live updates as Princes Avenue closed following crash

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Live updates as Princes Avenue closed following crash

Live updates as Princes Avenue closed following crash
2021-07-26 10:20:00
Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will auto-play soon8CancelPlay nowPolice have closed off Princes Avenue following a crash, causing traffic issues. The road is completely closed between Westbourne and Marlborough Avenues. East Yorkshire Buses have tweeted that their 104 service is having to divert via Queens Road and Beverley Road in both directions. It is not yet known how serious the accident is and how long the closure will be in place. Humberside Police have been contacted for a comment. To sign up for the Hull Live newsletter, click here 11:41Lisa BaxterThe road has been been re-openedHumberside Police have just tweeted that Princes Avenue is now fully re-opened and thanks motorists who had avoided the area this morning.11:24Sophie KitchingWatch: Footage from the scene this morning11:19Lisa BaxterPolice release statement saying man has ‘serious injuries’A spokesman for Humberside Police said: “Officers are currently in attendance at a road traffic collision on Princess Avenue, Hull after being called at 10:00am today (Monday 26 July) to reports that a bus had collided with a pedestrian.”One man has been taken to hospital to receive treatment for serious injuries.A man has ‘serious injuries’ after an accident on Princes Avenue earlier today (Image: Hull Live)”The road remains closed between Marlborough Avenue and Westbourne Avenue and we ask people to avoid the area were possible.”11:02Lisa BaxterBus driver looks ‘shaken’ following collisionThe road is completely closed between Westbourne and Marlborough avenues.There has been a collision involving a bus on Princes Avenue (Image: Hull Live)A witness says a bus looks to have been in a collision with a cyclist or pedestrian, and described the driver as being sat on the step of the bus looking 'visibly shaken'.Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will auto-play soon8CancelPlay now

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