PA Bus Crashes Leave Dozens Hurt


 
 

| Monday, July 6, 2009


PHILADELPHIA - A pair of bus crashes in Philadelphia and a nearby city have left more than two dozen people with minor injuries.



Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority spokesman Gary Fairfax says both crashes happened Monday morning. One crash happened in Northeast Philadelphia and left 15 people hurt. The second happened in the city of Chester, just south of Philadelphia. Twelve people were hurt in that crash.



Fairfax says both crashes are under investigation.




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