2 Critically Injured, 3 Others Hurt as BMW Rear-Ends an MTA Bus on Staten Island
Staten Island, NY – Two people were seriously injured and three others were hurt when a BMW rear-ended a stationary MTA bus on Richmond Avenue and Yukon Avenue at around 9:40 p.m. on July 5. The 21-year-old sedan driver was zooming before slamming at the back of the bus, which stopped at a red light. All victims, including the critically injured 21-year-old BMW driver and 19-year-old occupant, together with the hurt bus operator and two passengers, 12 and 43, were rushed to Staten Island University Hospital North.
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