• January 20, 2017

Two Injured in Allegheny County, PA, Bus Accident on Brownsville

Allegheny County, PA -- January 13, 2017, two people sustained injuries following an accident where a city bus crashed on Brownsville Road.

Authorities from local police departments responded to the accident scene at the intersection of Brownsville Road and Willock Road. It happened at around 4:30 p.m.

According to preliminary reports, a Port Authority bus was traveling down the road when the driver reportedly passed out at the wheel. The bus went out of control and crashed head-on into a bus stop sign and a tree before coming to a stop.

Following the accident, only one of the four passengers on the bus sustained injuries. The driver was also injured, though it's unclear to what degree the injuries were related to thec rash itself. They were both taken to the hospital with unspecified injuries.

Authorities have not indicated exactly what caused the bus driver to faint. Their investigations are ongoing.

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