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Horror footage of a Glasgow fireball crash shows that the motor burned after crashing into a bus.


crashed behind Glasgow's bus, a video appeared showing the moment the car was engulfed in flames. After 6 am on Thursday, four people were rushed to the hospital after Silver Motor collided with a one-story coach onCowcaden's Road.

One witness who shot a shocking video talked about how the car horn woke up with a beep for a few minutes. Thankfully, he said, the car occupants were able to escape the wreckage before the fire broke out. The

clip shows the flame coming from the front of the destroyed motor before it spreads rapidly to swallow the entire vehicle when emergency services begin to arrive. The policefirst came to the scene and heard a big explosion and popping out of the car and urged the general public to return.

Three firefighters arrived shortly, and the firefighters quickly hit the now-running vehicle into smoldering debris within seconds. The motor occupants sat on a nearby paved road and watched the scene unfold before being treated by emergency medical personnel and firefighters.

Police have confirmed that many have been taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital for treatment, but the extent of their injuries is currently unknown. It is understood that the bus driver was unharmed.

Five people were given first aid treatment at the scene
Five people received first aid at the scene

A spokesperson for the Scottish Police said:

"The road between Cambridge Street and West Nile Street was closed and reopened around 8:05 am. Many people were taken from the car to the hospital for treatment. No other injuries were reported. "

Fire crews quickly put out the fire
The fire brigade immediately put out the fire

A spokesperson for the Scottish Fire Department said: Operations Control has mobilized four appliances to Cowcaden's Road in the city. There, the firefighters put out the fire that was holding the vehicle.

"The crew also worked to provide treatment to many casualties and ensure the safety of the area, after which five casualties were placed under the control of the Scottish ambulance crew. He was taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow.

"Then the firefighters left the scene."

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