This is the crucial moment when a 12-year-old boy is mown down by a London bus – apparently being chased by another teenager.
CCTV sees the boy fly around the corner in Newham before plunging into the bus and jumping onto the sidewalk.
Another teenager seems to run after him, but stops when he hits the door of the red bus.
In the shocking accident last Thursday, the teenager suffered head injuries, but these are not considered life-threatening.
The video recorded on CCTV in a snack bar was posted on Facebook with the title: "Prince Regents Lane. Plaistow. "
The clip shocks a group of teenage girls in the restaurant as the boy rams the bus.
He is thrown backwards and is partly seen lying on the sidewalk and makes light movements.
At the end of the shocking footage, one of his coaches appears and can be seen on the street.
After the bike has emerged, a teenager sprints to him and seems to track the cyclist.
He stops when the accident happens and turns his hands on his head.
As the teenager spreads out on the street beside the bus, the other boy slowly walks over to him.
A spokeswoman for London Ambulance Service said, "We were called to Prince Regent Lane at Barking Road Junction at 14:55 to receive reports of a road traffic collision.
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"We sent a rescue team to the scene that arrived in less than three minutes.
"We treated a child for head injuries and placed it primarily in a large trauma center."
Claire Mann, TfL Bus Operations Director, told Newham Recorder, "We are sorry to hear about an incident involving a Route 147 and a child on Prince Regent Lane.
"We are working with Go Ahead London, the operator of this route, and the police to urgently investigate this incident."
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