From players to referees to fans, everyone is getting in on the Week 9 action…but maybe not in the way they imagined. Here’s 5 people who were in the right (or wrong) place at the right time…
Two people were hospitalized Friday afternoon after a car and a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus were involved in a crash in Hillside Avenue and Merrick Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens.
Delaware State Police Spokesman Sgt. Paul Shavack said the bus belonged to AM USA Express Inc., a company based in New York City.
The accident took place at around 7:30 a.m. None of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening.
The double-decker buses hit each other at around 3:35 p.m. at 47th and Seventh Avenue.
The accident, which involved a Coach USA bus and a pick-up truck, occurred on Roslyn Road near Heathcote Drive in Albertson around 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Twenty-five people were injured Monday evening after a Metropolitan Transit Authority bus driver passed out at the wheel and crashed into several vehicles on the Upper East Side, leaving passengers trapped inside.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said five people were injured in an eight-vehicle crash in the afternoon just hours after two buses collided near the Lincoln Tunnel.
Ren Yao, 63, said Thursday, “I just felt like everything was coming over me and the person who was sitting next to me just disappeared and I couldn’t say anything.”
First responders arrived at the scene of a tour bus crash this morning to find the out-of-control vehicle skidding along the guardrail with nobody behind the wheel, officials said.
A man is dead following a collision involving a van and a bus at the intersection of 39th Ave and 69th Street.in Queens.
A spokeswoman for Cooper University Hospital in Camden says 11-year-olds Sophie Tezsla and Jonathan Zdybel remain in critical condition. The condition of Natalie Tezsla, also 11, was upgraded Friday to stable.
There were 17 people were on board the bus. Six people were injured, though none of the injuries are considered to be life threatening.
Many of the 35 passengers aboard the bus operated by Mr. Ho Charter Service were taken to local hospitals — including one person who had to be airlifted.
Virginia authorities have charged the driver of Tuesday’s fatal bus crash with four counts of involuntary manslaughter.