Two people are injured after an accident involving a SUV and a CATS bus happened on Clanton Road Thursday morning.
The crash occurred around 7:30 a.m. on Clanton Road near Interstate 77 after a SUV and a CATS bus collided.
Emergency crews had to block a portion of the intersection while working the scene. According to MEDIC, two people were injured in the accident. One person suffered life-threatening injuries, while the other suffered non-life threatening injuries.
The bus had two passengers at the time of the wreck, but they were not injured.
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A crash involving a CATS bus and a motorcycle on Friday night has left at least two injured.
The crash happened at the 1500 block on N. Tryon Street at around 10:25 p.m. after the bus, making a left turn from N. Tryon Street onto Dalton Avenue, turned in front of a 1999 Yamaha Motorcycle traveling south on N. Tryon Street.
The motorcyclist was rushed to Carolinas Medical Center with life threatening injuries.
At the time of the crash, the bus had 12 passengers. One passenger was transported to Carolinas Medical Center with minor injuries.
Police continue to investigate the crash.
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Two people have been hospitalized after a crash in uptown involving a CATS Special Transportation bus on Tuesday afternoon.
The crash happened at the intersection of East Third street and South Davidson Street in the Second Ward.
According to Charlotte Mecklenburg Police, a black Volvo containing two people collided with the bus. The driver of the car was rushed to Carolina Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. The driver of the bus was transported to Presbyterian Hospital with less-serious injuries.
A passenger of the CATS bus also suffered injuries, but was not sent to the hospital.
Police continue to investigate the crash.
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Emergency personnel rushed to the scene of a violent crash between a CATS bus and a tractor-trailer Monday afternoon.
The crash occurred at approximately 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of Tyvola Centre Driver and West Tyvola Road when the bus and the tractor-trailer collided causing the CATS bus to turn over on its side.
According to Medics, nine people were rushed to area hospitals, including the bus driver.
A spokesperson for CATS says that the bus was making a routine stop when it was hit in the rear by the tractor-trailer. At the time of the crash the bus had 11 passengers.
Charlotte Mecklenburg police on the scene had to shut down all inbound and outbound lanes on Tyvola Road for several hours while conducting an investigation of the crash. The road was reopened around 8 p.m.
No charges have been filed as of yet.
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