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At least 11 hurt in city bus, 2-car crash in Harlem
NEW YORK (WABC) -- A New York City bus and two cars collided in Harlem Wednesday morning, injuring at least 11 people.
Police say a car and an SUV collided at Frederick Douglas Boulevard and West 135th Street just before 7 a.m., sending the SUV careening into the bus, head-on.
At least 11 people were being treated, including at least six from the bus. The extent of the injuries is unknown at this time, although they are all believed to be non-life threatening. Still, first responders were removing some of the victims on stretchers.
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