“Woman Motorist and Bus Collide”
NORTH HILLS, CALIFORNIA (March 22, 2017) – A woman motorist was involved in a bus collision late Wednesday night on Sepulveda Boulevard and Nordhoff Street, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. (map)
The accident occurred at approximately 11:00 p.m. when the driver of a Toyota sedan struck the MTA Bus that was stopped at the signal light on Sepulveda Boulevard and Nordhoff Street, according to Los Angeles Police Department Officer Norma Eisenman. Emergency crews were called to the scene. The woman driver and a passenger on the bus were transported to to a local hospital.
According to police officials, the incident is considered a felony DUI. There were eight passengers on the bus when the collision took place. According to the MTA Bus driver, he felt a “bump” while stopped at the light. There were two other vehicles involved in the accident. one of the vehicles was a hit-and-run incident which is currently being investigated.
No information was released regarding the injuries that the woman driver sustained. No other information concerning the DUI charges or the identity of the woman driver has been released.
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