Police and paramedics attend emergency incident on bus in Sheffield city centre

Leopold Street
Leopold Street

Emergency services have attended an incident on a bus travelling through Sheffield city centre.

A woman, aged 75, was treated by paramedics after falling on a bus travelling close to Sheffield Cathedral.

A South Yorkshire Police spokesman said officers were called at 3.47pm to Leopold Street and stopped oncoming traffic while paramedics treated to the woman at the scene.

The incident caused delays to buses and trams and some services are running behind schedule as a result.

It is not know at this time as to the extent of the woman's injuries.

A spokesman for Stagecoach Yorkshire said: "All services in the city centre are suffering severe delays due to a previous police incident. Sorry for (the) inconvenience."

More to follow.

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