MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis police say there were multiple injuries after a commuter bus collided with two vehicles downtown Wednesday morning.

According to Minneapolis police, the crash happened at 8:24 a.m. on South 12th Street and Harmon Place.

Police say after a postal van parked on 12th Street, a Plymouth Metrolink bus and passenger vehicle collided, which caused the bus to swerve and hit the postal van.

All three drivers were taken to either the Hennepin County Medical Center or North Memorial. Their conditions are unknown.

There were 8 to 10 passengers on the bus who were taken to either HCMC or North Memorial with minor injuries.

According to Plymouth official Luke Fischer, the accident investigation is ongoing and there is an investigation to ensure safety protocols were followed.

Fischer said that there are cameras on some Metrolink buses but it’s unclear if there was one on this bus.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

  1. Alex Rusinov says:

    I was a passenger on the Plymouth bus that got in an accident this morning in downtown Minneapolis. A grey SUV/van ran a red light in front of the bus and the bus t-boned him. Then the bus kept going down the street and hit a US postal mail carrier car and then finally a street light before coming to a stop. Passengers got out of the bus using emergency windows. The driver of the bus was still laying on the floor of the bus when everyone else left. Emergency services arrived soon and tended to the driver and others involved.

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