• May 23, 2017

17 Injured in Baltimore, MD, MTA Bus Accident on St. Paul

Baltimore, MD -- May 20, 2017, 17 injured people were reported after an accident where a car hit an MTA bus and fled the scene.

According to Baltimore Police officials, the incident occurred at around 4:00 p.m. at the intersection of St. Paul Street and North Avenue.

Preliminary investigations indicate that a Maryland Transit Administration bus was transporting passengers along southbound St. Paul Street. The bus crossed through the North Avenue intersection when a car on North Avenue reportedly ran a red light and crashed into the side of the bus. That vehicle then fled the scene.

Following the crash, at least 17 people from the bus had to be taken to local hospitals for treatment. Authorities did not specify the severity of the injuries sustained.

Police have not reported any particular suspects or extenuating circumstances surrounding the incident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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