A WOMAN pedestrian was taken to hospital following a collision with a bus in Bradford city centre.

Members of the public scrambled to help the woman on the pavement outside The Queen pub, Bridge Street, near the Bradford Interchange.

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One onlooker said they had seen a woman "screaming on the floor". 

A learner First Bus had come to a halt a little further ahead. 

A West Yorkshire Police spokesperson said the woman had sustained aleg injury following what appeared to be a collision involving a bus. 

A spokesperson for First Bradford said: "We can confirm that a training bus was involved in a collision with a pedestrian on Bridge Street in Bradford this afternoon.

"The police and an ambulance attended the scene as did a member of the Bradford depot management team.  

"A woman was taken to hospital for treatment and we wish her a speedy recovery.

"Our driver and the instructor were unhurt and followed company procedure in making sure the injured person received prompt medical attention."