Bus crashes into building: 15 injured

A Maryland Transit Administration bus crashed into a building, causing multiple injuries. Baltimore City Police said an MTA bus hit the Lexus at the intersection of North Paca and West Mulberry streets around 10:20 a.m. Saturday. The bus crashed into a Nissan and a building in the 500 block of West Franklin Street, police said. Police confirmed that 15 people were injured. Two of the injuries are believed to be serious and life-threatening. According to the Maryland Medical Center, five people were taken to trauma care, four to Maryland Medical Center’s Downtown Campus Emergency Department and three to UMMC Midtown Campus. Baltimore City Police, MTA Police, Baltimore City Fire Department and building inspectors were called to the scene to investigate. No further information is currently available. This report will be updated.

A Maryland Transit Administration bus crashed into a building, causing multiple injuries.

Baltimore City Police said an MTA bus crashed into the Lexus at the intersection of North Paca and West Mulberry streets around 10:20 a.m. Saturday. The bus crashed into a Nissan and a building in the 500 block of West Franklin Street, police said.

Police confirmed that 15 people were injured. Two injuries are serious and believed to be life-threatening.

Five people were taken to trauma care, four to Maryland Medical Center’s downtown campus emergency department and three to UMMC Midtown Campus, according to the Maryland Medical Center.

Baltimore City Police, MTA Police, Baltimore City Fire Department and Building Inspectors were called to the scene to investigate.

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No further information is currently available.

This report will be updated.

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