6 Injured After Minivan Strikes Metrobus in Northwest

WMATA: Minivan ran red light, struck right front of bus

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    The site of Sunday morning's accident in Northwest.

    Six people were injured when a car collided with a Metrobus in Northwest Washington early Sunday morning.

    The accident happened just after 6:30 a.m., when a 96 bus to Tenleytown Station was hit by a gray minivan at the intersection of 34th Street and Woodley Road NW. WMATA spokesman Dan Stessel says that the driver of the minivan ran a red light at the intersection and struck the right front of the bus. The bus then hit a nearby tree.

    Stessel said that the bus driver was injured, as was the driver of  the minivan and four of the bus passengers. None of the injuries are life-threatening. The accident is being investigated by D.C. police.