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RTS Bus Passengers Seriously Injured in Crash

RTS Bus Passengers Seriously Injured in Crash

Passengers who were on an RTS bus suffered from minor injuries after an SUV crashed into the bus. This accident happened at the corner of Plymouth and Allen and happened on Saturday.

The Rochester Police Department responded to the area of Plymouth Avenue and Allen Street at around 7 in the morning. They found a dark SUV that had failed to stop and had struck the northbound bus. Multiple people who were passengers on the bus reported having minor injuries.

Four people had to be transported to the hospital after the accident.

The driver of the SUV fled the scene. The investigation is still ongoing. It is not known if police have any suspects. If this story gets updated, we will let you know.

Have you been injured while you were a passenger on a bus? Was the accident caused by the driver of another vehicle? If so, you could receive financial compensation from the liable party by filing a personal injury claim. You will need a lawyer who is experienced with bus accident claims. To talk to an experienced lawyer, contact Frekhtman & Associates today by calling (212) 222-1111.

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