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June 30, 2015

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Eight bus passengers suffer minor injuries in crash

Bus involved in crash

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Eight people riding in a city bus were injured when it ran into a car attempting to make a right turn, Metro Police said.

The accident happened about 1:20 p.m. Saturday at Sahara Avenue and Arville Street, police said.

All of the injuries were minor, police said.

The driver of the car was uninjured.

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  1. Author, woefully incomplete article. Lazy journalism. Why even waste the time to publish something as vague as this? Investigate. Gather facts. Then write your story.

  2. OK, was the car attempting to make a right turn onto Arville or was it attempting to make a right turn onto Sahara. Because the driver of the car was uninjured my take would be that it was rear ended by the bus when it attempted to turn onto Arville. Why, because if the bus hit the car making the turn from Arville to Sahara I would think the driver would have gotten injured. Then again, who knows?