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Man runs in front of double-decker bus during live BBC broadcast (VIDEO)

Man runs in front of double-decker bus during live BBC broadcast (VIDEO)
A BBC News camera accidentally captured the moment a man ran right in front of a double-decker bus during a live report outside London’s High Court.

BBC reporter Keith Doyle was speaking to camera outside the Royal Courts of Justice on Monday, when a person behind him appeared to fall in front of a London bus.

With the reporter focusing on relaying updates on the court case concerning critically ill baby Charlie Gard’s medical treatment, he appears to have missed exactly what happened.

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However, footage of the collision shows a man in a blue t-shirt running past the camera at speed, before a bus in the background stops suddenly.

A crowd then gathers at the accident scene on London’s Strand, which is just a few meters from a pedestrian crossing.

The Metropolitan Police confirmed the collision to the Express newspaper.

“We were called at 3.10pm to reports of a road traffic collision between a bus and a pedestrian. The man is believed to have arm injuries but they are not life-threatening or life changing,” the statement read.