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Authorities have identified a Metro Transit bus driver who had a medical event while driving in downtown Minneapolis, crashed the bus on Nicollet Mall and died. The crash happened at about 10:10 a.m. Friday on Nicollet Mall between 10th Street and 11th Street.
A Metro Transit bus went out of control Friday morning, driving up on the sidewalk of a downtown Minneapolis block and causing major damage. The accident happened at about 10:10 a.m. between 10th Street and 11th Street on the Nicollet Mall.
A dozen people are out of the hospital following an incident Tuesday night in downtown Minneapolis where a bus ran into a pedestrian and a traffic pole, causing several bus passengers to suffer minor injuries due to the abrupt stop.
Authorities said there were no serious injuries after a University of Minnesota bus was in a crash Friday morning in St. Paul. Police responded to the crash at about 8 a.m. on Como Avenue and the transit way in St. Paul.
A tour bus driver killed in a crash near the Utah-Nevada border was the father of Minnesota Vikings running back Matt Asiata, officials said Tuesday.
A Metro Transit bus went off the road on Friday morning in the Uptown area, sending a number of passengers to Hennepin County Medical Center. The bus crash happened near West Lake Street and West Calhoun Parkway.
Five people suffered minor injuries when a passenger bus went off the road and into a field in southeastern North Dakota. the driver of the Jefferson Lines bus told police that the brakes failed while he was trying to exit Interstate 94.
Authorities are investigating why a Twin Cities bus crashed into a ditch in St. Paul Thursday morning. The incident happened at Shepard Road and Interstate 35E. Authorities said the bus had no passengers on it at the time of the crash.
A Coon Rapids woman is in serious condition Sunday night after surviving a bus crash that killed two people and an unborn baby.
Eight children were injured after a semi rear ended a school bus near Roseau, Minn.