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Fire and police department came very quick.'There was six people up the top and they were all helping each other.
They acted quick yet it took a while to get everyone out, from the top window about an hour.
I heard a smash and saw the roof of the shop going through (the bus) from the front left. 'I noticed a lady wedged in the front right-hand side. There was a lot of blood.'Nurse Amy Mullineux, 40, of Wandsworth Common, was also on the bus and said the driver told her he had lost consciousness before the crash, adding: 'I spoke to him. It was all happening in slow motion, it was very surreal.'I braced myself, thinking 'oh my God, I am going to die'. She was crushed to about her waist.'I couldn't see her legs - the bus was crushed in. She said: 'I saw this woman shouting and banging on the glass. There was a lot of smoke.'Photographs and videos posted on social media showed the vehicle on the pavement and smashed into the front of the Poggen Pohl Kitchen Design Centre.
'He said he blacked out before the bus hit the shop. The paramedic told me they think he had some kind of fit.' Ms Mullineux, 40, who was on her way to work at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, said: 'I was on the bottom deck near the second set of doors.'I was on my phone looking at something. But then I was like, 'no, I am not going to die', as we started to stop. Glass could be seen shattered across the ground and paramedics were tending to people on the top deck of the number 77 double-decker bus.
I’m the type of person who packs an umbrella even at the slightest possibility of rain – in fact, at school my friends found it amusing how I always seemed to have an umbrella even in the middle of summer. 'People were getting off the bus, there was a lot of commotion. A police van could be seen carrying out a skid test down the road today, past the scene of the crash.