Brighton bus crash
Two buses crashed into one another on 6 July in Brighton Christopher Pope

A driver is still trapped after two buses crashed into each other in Brighton, which has left two people in a life-threatening condition and three seriously injured.

A major incident has been declared by the ambulance service after crews were called to Queen's Road, near the Clock Tower, at 9.22am on 6 July.

Up to eight people are said to be "walking wounded" with minor injuries and a walk in centre for injured people has been set up at the top of Queen's Road near the railway station.

East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said five crews were currently at the scene of the crash.

Martin Harris, managing director of Brighton and Hove Buses, said: "We can confirm an incident took place involving two Brighton and Hove buses at about 9.20am in North Street.

"Emergency services are currently at the scene looking after those who might be injured. A full investigation will begin."