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Fort Wayne auto accident involves bus

Jul 9, 2010 | Auto Accident

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July 1, 2010

WANE reports that a three-vehicle Fort Wayne auto accident happened when someone ran a red light. According to police, a sport utility vehicle ran a red light and hit another car, and that car was pushed into a Citilink Bus.

The bus was unloading passengers at the intersection of State Boulevard and Clinton Street at the time of the Fort Wayne auto accident. No injuries were reported, but all the vehicles were damaged.

Police did not state if charges would be filed against the driver who ran the red light.

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