TACOMA, WA — At least one person was hurt Tuesday evening in a multi-vehicle wreck involving a school bus in Tacoma’s South End, according to KIRO 7 Seattle.
The accident occurred on a span of Pacific Avenue between South 67th Street and South 70th Street. Tacoma Police responded to the scene at around 4:00 p.m.
An early investigation shows one car was heading eastbound on 68th Street when its driver ran a stop sign at Pacific Avenue. As the car entered the intersection, it was hit by a second vehicle, causing the second vehicle to spin. That vehicle was then struck by the bus before coming to a stop against a pole.
Authorities did not say whether any children were on the bus at the time, but at least one person between the three vehicles suffered minor injuries.
A section of the Pacific Avenue was shut down but was reopened to the public by 5:04 p.m.
No pending charges or citations have been reported at this time.
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