• February 09, 2017

6 Injured in New Haven, CT, Transit Bus Accident on Whalley

New Haven, CT -- February 9, 2017, six people were injured due to an accident where a CT Transit bus crashed with two cars on Whalley Avenue.

At approximately 8:15 a.m., a CT Transit bus was traveling down Whalley Avenue. It's unclear how many passengers were on-board at the time.

When crossing the Fitch Street intersection, the bus and two passenger vehicles somehow crashed into each other. It's not clear at this time who or what might have caused the accident.

Of the six people who were reportedly injured, only two were taken to the hospital. Their injuries were said to be non-critical. It's not clear if they were passengers on the bus or one of the other vehicles.

Police have not reported any citations or charges resulting from the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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