Coach smashes into row of houses in Falkirk village

A coach has smashed into a row of terraced houses in a village in Falkirk.

Emergency services were called to the crash on Main Street, Airth, at about 17:40. It is not know how many passengers were on board at the time.

Police Scotland said nobody required hospital treatment.

The vehicle is part of the Bryans Coaches fleet. The Denny-based firm runs private hire and council contracts in the Falkirk area.

Pictures from the scene showed the coach smashed through a small garden and lodged in the collapsed brickwork of one house.

A Police Scotland spokeperson said: "Officers are assisting and a road closure has been put in place on Main Street with a local diversion in place."

Bryans Coaches has been contacted for comment.