Transit Bus Collision Sends Passengers Flying

 Tuesday, September 27, 2016

 NBC New York

An accident involving two NJ Transit buses shut down the Lincoln Tunnel’s center tube into New York City Monday morning, causing delays of nearly two hours and injuring dozens. Some 44 people were hurt, though the injuries were not considered life-threatening. Port Authority spokesman Joe Pentangelo said the most serious injury was a broken jaw. One of the bus drivers involved was ticketed for an unsafe lane change. NJ Transit spokeswoman Lisa Torbic says a bus headed from Ridgefield rear-ended a bus out of Fairview shortly before 9 a.m. Pentangelo said the door of one bus had to be cut open to get passengers out.
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