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Transit bus, car crash in Chattanooga

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Multiple people were injured when a transit bus and car crashed Tuesday morning.

Police responded to East 6th Street near Cherry Street where a Walker Transit Bus and a black sedan had wrecked.

The car had swerved into a pole and the driver was taken to the hospital in unknown condition.

There were three passengers on the bus including the driver. Two out of three passengers received injuries due to the crash.  

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