Queens Bus Crash Leaves 11 People Hurt

Eleven people were injured in a bus accident involving collision with a car in Fresh Meadows, Queens, on Tuesday morning, officials said.


The yellow school bus struck a sedan on 167th Street and 73rd Avenue, according to police. The bus then went off the road and slammed into a light pole.


Emergency responders treated 11 people at the scene, including the bus driver, a matron and six teenage students.


Two patients were transported to Long Island Jewish Medical Center where they were treated for serious, but non-life threatening injuries. The other patients were taken to Queens Hospital Center where they were treated for minor injuries.

No charges were filed as of yet.


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Source: New York Daily News


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