PITTSBURGH — At least ten people were injured when a Jeep slammed into a PRT bus this morning near the University of Pittsburgh campus.
Their injuries ranged from minor to moderate but medics said there were more minor complaints, a Pittsburgh Public Safety official told Channel 11.
The bus driver was taken to a hospital with knee pain and the the driver of the Jeep was taken to a hospital with neck and back pain. The official said he may also have a concussion.
#BREAKING: PAT bus crash in Oakland. We confirmed at least 8 people were hurt. Officials say it was a head on collision, the Jeep hit the bus. No severe injuries. @WPXI pic.twitter.com/lbQvT3dR7m— Jillian Hartmann WPXI (@JillianWPXI) November 9, 2022
Public Regional Transit police’s initial investigation found that the driver of the Jeep crossed the center line.
Chopper 11 was over the scene and captured crews as they worked to clear the crash, which occurred near Allequippa Street and Sutherland Drive.
Bus/vehicle accident on Alequippa Street in Oakland. #WPXI #PGH #Pittsburgh pic.twitter.com/gvhpH3hTFm— Tony Ruffolo (@WPXITonyRuffolo) November 9, 2022
This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.
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