2 buses collide near Lincoln Tunnel, about 20 hurt
Authorities have reopened the Lincoln Tunnel leading out of New York City after two buses collided in New Jersey, injuring about 20 people.
Port Authority spokesman Ron Marsico says at least two of the injured are in serious condition.
NJ Transit spokeswoman Nancy Snyder says a bus operated by Martz Trailways rear-ended a NJ Transit bus that was carrying 45 passengers from Paramus, N.J., to the Port Authority bus terminal in Manhattan.
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