Bay Area Traffic
Crash involving VTA bus sends six to hospital
SAN JOSE, CA -- A crash involving a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority bus and a car sent six people to the hospital with minor injuries this morning, a San Jose fire spokesman said.
The crash was reported at 8:18 a.m. on Senter Road at Phelan Avenue in San Jose.
Fire Capt. Chuck Rangel said the six people injured were all on the bus. The driver of the car, who was alone in the vehicle, was not hurt.
He did not have additional details on the accident but said the roadway was reopening at about 9:30 a.m.
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