Six injured in D.C. Metrobus accident

A motor vehicle crashed into a Metrobus in Northwest Washington on Sunday morning, causing the bus to veer off the road and hit a tree in a crash that left six people with injuries authorities said were not life-threatening.

Metro and D.C. police said the mishap occurred about 6:35 a.m. at 34th Street and Woodley Road NW as the bus was on the 96 route, heading toward the Tenleytown Metro Station.

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Metro said four bus passengers and both drivers were injured. Metropolitan Police Department Officer Paul Metcalf said no arrests had been made.

 
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