A Sheppey bus firm is looking into how one of its vehicles ended up crashing in a station car park leaving four people hurt.
Two buses, one from Sheerness-based Travel Masters, was involved in the accident at Lingfield Railway Station in Surrey yesterday evening, according to police.
It happened at about 7pm and three people were treated by medics for minor injuries.
One person was taken to hospital as a precaution but their injuries are not believed to be serious.
The bus was carrying four passengers at the time of the crash.
The incident was being investigated by the British Transport Police (BTP).
Buses had been replacing trains at the station after a landslip near East Grinstead.
A BTP spokesman said: "Both drivers blew negative on a breathalyser test.
"Enquiries into the incident are ongoing."
Travel Masters managing director, Tim Lambkin, said: "We have interviewed our driver and believe their foot got stuck and slipped from the brake to the accelerator.
"Our main concern is that everyone is safe and that's what came out and people have been treated accordingly. Everyone walked off the bus.
"Police have said it was a genuine accident."
The bus is being repaired and the driver has returned to work.