Several Injured After Bus Crashes into Building in Baltimore

An estimated 10 to 15 persons were hurt when a public bus serving Baltimore City collided with two cars before striking a structure on Saturday, according to a news release from the Maryland Transit Administration.

According to a news release from the Baltimore Police Department, patrol officers arrived at the scene close to where the bus had come to rest inside a building on West Franklin Street around 10:20 a.m. According to the police, their initial investigations revealed that the bus first struck a Lexus, then a Nissan, and lastly the building.

Baltimore Police confirms the news through posted an official tweet:

According to a news release from the Maryland Transit Administration, 10 to 15 persons were sent to nearby hospitals. The agency stated that it was unknown how they were doing.

Police from the Maryland Transit Administration stated they were looking into the collision. According to police, the cause of the collision is still unknown.

Fire department responders reportedly removed building inhabitants, according to CBS Baltimore. Residents should be permitted to enter the building later this afternoon, officials told CBS Baltimore.

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