20 People Personally Injured in CTA Bus Crash

Twenty people were personally injured after a car rear-ended a CTA bus on the Near West Side of Chicago. The bus accident happened in the morning at Roosevelt Road and Blue Island Avenue. A third car apparently careered off the road and into a fence in the car accident. A total of 20 people were taken to the hospital with personal injuries. Most of those personally injured were on the No. 12 Roosevelt Bus. Their personal injuries mostly consisted of scrapes and bruises. The drivers of the two cars were also personally injured, and the driver of the blue car that slammed into the back of the bus is in serious condition. The bus was stopped at the intersection when it was rear-ended in the car accident. There were roughly 30 passengers on the bus at the time of impact and the driver was one of those personally injured. Police could not comment on why the driver hit the back of the bus in the car accident or if any citations have been issued. At this time no personal injury lawsuits have been filed. To read the full story, click here.

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