Driver Dies From Collision With MTA Bus In Queens

A 60-year-old driver, whose identity has not yet been released, died after his car slammed into an MTA bus near St. John’s University campus in Jamaica, Queens on Monday evening, officials said. Two other people were injured in the accident.


The car wound up on the wrong side of the median on Union Turnpike at 175th Street. There was a head-on collision with the Q46 bus, officials said.


The driver of the car was pronounced dead at the scene. The 44-year-old male driver of the bus and a 64-year-old female passenger were taken to Queens General Hospital, where they were listed in serious, but stable condition.

Officials are still investigating the cause of the accident.


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