More than a half-dozen people were taken to area hospitals this morning after an accident involving an MTA Mobility van and a car in Randallstown.
Baltimore County police confirmed only that the accident happened and that it involved a MTA van (not a full bus), and a car. The Sun reports that seven people were hospitalized with injuries and that it happened around 9:30 a.m. at Meadow Heights and McDonogh Roads, not far from Randallstown High School.
Police didn’t confirm the number of victims or have any information on their conditions, though WBAL reported all had non-life threatening injuries.
The accident comes exactly a week after a tragic wreck involving two buses and a Ford Mustang in Southwest Baltimore killed six people and injured 11. Two of those people in that accident remained in serious condition yesterday. The driver of the school bus believed to have caused that crash was found to have lacked a proper operating license.
We’ll keep you posted with any additional updates about the crash from this morning.
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