An eight-year-old boy has been injured after the top deck of a bus was pierced by part of an industrial vehicle in the south side of Glasgow.
The boy, who was travelling on the double-decker, was taken to hospital but is not thought to be badly hurt.
The incident happened on Pollokshaws Road, near its junction with Kilmarnock Road, at about 10:00.
It is understood the bus driver has been reported in connection with alleged road traffic offences.
Part of the large industrial vehicle – a road milling machine used for road paving – crashed through the top front window of the bus as the vehicles collided outside the Granary pub in Shawlands.
Police said officers were called to the scene and the road was closed while emergency services dealt with the crash.
A spokeswoman said: “At around 10:00 police received a report of a crash involving a bus and another vehicle on Pollokshaws Road at its junction with Kilmarnock Road in Shawlands.
“A 43-year-old man has been reported to the procurator fiscal in connection with alleged road traffic offences.”
A spokesman for bus operator First Glasgow said it was working closely with the emergency services, and had launched a full investigation to establish what happened.
He added: “Our thoughts are with those affected.”
Extensive repaving work has been taking place in the Shawlands area.