Police have confirmed a collision between a BMW and a coach carrying children

The incident, which happened at around 8.45am this morning (May 10) on Trenchard Avenue in Thornaby, was believed to be between two vehicles. 

Officers from Cleveland Police attended the scene, alongside paramedics from North East Ambulance Service.

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After arriving on the scene, police have now confirmed that the collision was between a BMW and a coach carrying children. 

The police force have since confirmed that everyone involved in the incident was uninjured in the collision - but were left shaken up.

A spokesperson for Cleveland Police said: "Around 8:45am this morning a two-vehicle collision happened on Trenchard Avenue near to the Spitfire roundabout in Thornaby, involving a BMW and a coach carrying children.

"The children were not injured and were taken picked up by another coach.

"Two children travelling in the BMW were shaken, but believed to be uninjured.

"The BMW is awaiting recovery."