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Watch the moment a huge crowd lifted a double decker bus off a trapped unicyclist

A crowd of around 50 gathered spontaneously.

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AN INCIDENT IN London has seen a crowd of people come together to lift a doubledecker bus off of an injured unicyclist.

The incident happened yesterday evening and saw more than 50 people, including diners from a nearby restaurant, rushing to the aid of the man who had his legged trapped under the bus.

It happened Walthamstow in north London. Speaking to the London Evening Standard yesterday, a local person who witnessed the accident said, “Everyone really came together to help. It was really nice to see that in the face of something so awful.”

The young man involved in the incident is currently in a serious condition in hospital.

According to the Guardian, he is a local to the area and is seen on his unicycle regularly.

It is thought that this happened at around 5.50pm yesterday. The bus stopped at the scene and no arrests have been made in connection with the incident.

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