News: 3-vehicle collision injures 2 people in Oak Park

SAN DIEGO, CA – According to FOX 5, two female drivers were hurt in a three-vehicle collision involving an MTS bus at 4th St and College Grove Dr Sunday.

A 29-year-old woman driving a Nissan Versa was heading south on 54th St when she ran a red light at the intersection with College Grove Dr and collided with a 55-year-old woman driving a Toyota Highlander around 8:30 a.m. The collision caused the Highlander to strike an MTS bus that was stopped at the red light.

Rescue crews transported both female drivers to an area hospital in serious condition. The bus driver was not hurt in the incident and no passengers were onboard at the time of the crash.

The incident is under investigation by the San Diego Police Department.

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