An investigation was carried out after a double-decker bus hit a railway bridge and broke off its roof, leaving 10 people in need of hospital treatment.
The incident took place on Cook Street in Glasgow’s Tradeston area at around 11:35am on Sunday and the casualties were taken to various hospitals in and around the city, including a children’s hospital.
Train services between Glasgow Central and Paisley Gilmour Street have been affected, with the route closed until around 5pm on Sunday.
On Monday, Glasgow City Council leader Susan Aitken said the incident “must be horrific”.
He tweeted: “The Cook St bus incident at the weekend must have been absolutely terrifying for all involved.
“Thank you to the emergency services for the quick evacuation. I hope everyone who was hospitalized goes home soon, fully recovered.”
Some passengers were also treated at the scene in the southern part of the city, the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service said on Sunday.
Police Scotland said: “Inquiries into the crash are continuing.”
A First Bus spokesman said: “We continue to work closely with the emergency services and our thoughts remain with those involved.”
A spokesman for the Scottish Ambulance Service said: “We sent twelve resources, as well as the Special Operations Resource Team and the Trauma Team, to the scene.
“Five patients were taken to Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, four patients were taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary and one patient was taken to the Royal Hospital for Children, Glasgow.”