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2 NJ Transit buses crash, killing driver, injuring 18

Posted on August 19, 2016

NEWARK — The driver of an NJ Transit bus was killed and 18 others were injured, including seven critically, when two buses collided Friday morning in Newark, officials said, NJ.com reported.

One bus struck the other in a T-bone crash at the intersection of Raymond Boulevard and Broad Street just after 6:05 a.m., NJ Transit spokesman Jim Smith said.



Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said at a news conference that it appears that one of the bus drivers ran a red light, but stressed that the investigation remains ongoing, according to NJ.com.

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