• May 24, 2019

11 Injured in Chicago, IL, Transit Bus Accident on Ashland

Chicago, IL -- May 21, 2019, eleven people sustained injuries due to an accident in which a CTA bus and an SUV crashed on Ashland Avenue.

According to reports given by Chicago Police officials, the crash happened at the intersection of Ashland Avenue and 41st Street at around 7:00 a.m.

In their reports, police did not give exact details on what caused the crash. A photograph from the scene shows a yellow SUV with significant front-end damage in front of the transit bus.

Following the wreck, at least eleven people involved had to be transported to area hospitals. Specifics regarding their injuries were not reported.

Police did not say if anyone faces charges or citations. The cause of the crash remains unclear at this time.


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