Bus driver hits pedestrian in Stroud Green Road
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A bus driver hit a pedestrian in Finsbury Park last night.
Police and the London Ambulance Service were called just before 6pm to reports of a road traffic collision in Stroud Green Road, near Pak Cosmetic Centre.
The pedestrian - a man of undisclosed age - was taken to a north London hospital where his injuries were assessed as neither "life-threatening or life-changing".
Eyewitness Kyri Antonious, of Stroud Green Road, told the Gazette: "A guy was crossing the road and got hit by the bus. We saw afterwards when he was lying on the ground.
"I think he got out [of his car] lost his balance and went underneath the bus. We heard people screaming.
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"He was basically underneath the wheels."
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