6 injured after MTA bus crashes into Brooklyn building: fire officials

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CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn — At least six people were injured after an MTA bus crashed into a building in Brooklyn Friday morning.

Multiple people were injured when an MTA bus crashed into Brooklyn building on Sept. 21, 2018, fire officials said. (Citizen app)

At about 10:15 a.m., a B45 bus made a right turn when it struck a building along Ralph and St. Marks avenues in Crown Heights, an MTA spokesperson said.

According to fire officials, the bus had no customers on board.

Six people suffered minor injuries, said fire officials.

The bus operator was taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries.


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