4 People Have Been Injured In Brooklyn After Car Crashes Into Bus
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In New York City, four people were injured after a car slammed into an MTA bus. This incident happened in Brooklyn on Friday morning of April 6.
The accident happened at around 7:30 in the morning near the intersection of Fenimore Street and Nostrand Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens in Brooklyn.
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Apparently, parts of the car were scattered on the street behind the bus. The police said that the bus was waiting at a bus stop when it was hit by the vehicle.
The accident is still under investigation by the police. The cause of the crash is not yet known, and the identity of the driver is not yet known. It is also unclear how significant the injuries were. If more information is released, we will update you.
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