Everything You Need To Know About Seattle Bus Crash

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The bus brakes failed on a Sound Transit bus on Saturday night, causing it to collide with a building in downtown Seattle, injuring fifteen of the passengers, according to the Seattle Police Department.

At Fifth Avenue and Terrace Street, a bus struck a building, according to the Seattle Fire Department. Paramedics and firefighters assessed a number of the passengers involved in the crash.

The bus brakes failed on a Sound Transit bus on Saturday night, causing it to collide with a building in downtown Seattle, injuring fifteen of the passengers, according to the Seattle Police Department.

At Fifth Avenue and Terrace Street, a bus struck a building, according to the Seattle Fire Department. Paramedics and firefighters assessed a number of the passengers involved in the crash.

Additionally, the Seattle Fire Department reported that the collision may have caused electrical lines to fall.

It is advised that cars and pedestrians stay away from the area.

An indoor skatepark was damaged in January when a King County Metro bus struck a structure close to 16th Avenue South and South Jackson Street. The bus carried about twenty-five passengers, and no casualties were recorded.

In November 2023, a King County Metro bus struck a building in Seattle’s Belltown neighbourhood, killing one person and seriously hurting the driver of another vehicle.

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