1 Injured in City Bus Crash on 12th Street and Turney [Phoenix, AZ]

1 Injured in City Bus Crash on 12th Street and Turney [Phoenix, AZ]
1 Injured in City Bus Crash on 12th Street and Turney [Phoenix, AZ]

Police Investigate Bus Crash on 12th Street and Turney in Phoenix

Phoenix, AZ (September 15, 2022) –  On Thursday, one person sustained injuries in a crash between a bus and a car on 12th Street and Turney.

The crash in Phoenix happened on September 15.

Phoenix Police said the collision involved a valley metro bus and a car. 

EMS took the car driver to a hospital in unknown condition. The driver is expected to survive.

No other information is immediately available.

Further investigation to determine the cause of the crash is ongoing.


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