More Than a Dozen Hurt as Two-Car Head-On Collision Causes Bus to Hit Subway Pillar in the Bronx
Bronx, NYC – More than a dozen people were hurt when a Beeline bus crashed into a subway support pillar at the Woodland station on Jerome Avenue at around 11:00 a.m. on July 29. The crash was caused by a head-on collision of two cars, wherein the other car crossed into the path of the bus, leading the bus to careen into the underpass column.
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