30 injured after car collides with MTA bus in Brooklyn

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EAST FLATBUSH (PIX11) – A two-car collision ended with one of the vehicles slamming head-on into an MTA bus in Brooklyn about 4 p.m. Wednesday, according to fire officials.

It happened at Utica Avenue and Clarendon Road.

The MTA says 27 people were treated and released including the bus operator. The agency’s System Safety Office conducts investigations of all bus collisions.

Three people were critically injured, three others suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries and 19 people sustained minor injuries.

The B46 bus crushed the front end of a black sedan, tearing off a door and leaving debris scattered over the street.

Victims were transported from the scene to Kings County and Brookdale hospitals.

The crashes are under investigation by NYPD.

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