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Emergency personnel  assist driver and passenger from  vehicle – photo 250News

Prince George, B.C.- At least  one person was sent to hospital   following a crash involving a Transit bus and a small car this evening.

The collision occurred  around 7:30 this evening at  2nd Avenue and Victoria.

Traffic  had to be rerouted  around the scene.

There were two  people  in the car,  and  it has been confirmed one has been sent to hospital with  undetermined injuries.

The cause of the crash is under investigation


Yessss it was the bus

The bus was in the wrong. Just look at the photo and you can clearly see the car had the green light.

    If that’s the case, I applaud to 250 news for getting a picture seconds after the crash…

    I assume this is a joke

      You assumed right =D

there has been some time since this accident occurred.
The lights don’t stay at the same setting as when the accident happened.
SO making the assumption the bus was at fault is really unfair.
I wouldn’t want either of you on a jury.
I hope no one was seriously injured and the police will be able to find fault with out the use of this picture

    bcracer… did you know chocolate milk only comes from brown cows ?

      I am not sure what this has to do with anything, including the story but in any event I don’t believe everything people try to tell me..this included

So funny, I read Islandbound’s comment and laughed thinking someone is going to take them seriously, then “BAM”! I read bcracers comment. LMAO

    No kidding, bracer must not get out much.

      I am thrilled to think you think you know me so well.

    obviously neither of you have any sense of humor either.

      Oh you were joking in your original post, ha ha ha, you kill me man..

Damn intersection. upgrade it now!!!

I guess they pick and choose which crashes to report on, there is no mention of the crash saturday morning between 2 cars at the corner of Ospika and Rainbow. No cop or city vehicle involved so not so important I guess.

    We try to respond to all crashes that cause injuries or major disruptions in traffic flow. We appreciate all tips from the public on such incidents.

Who knows who’s fault it was.

However, looking at how far the bus is into the intersection compared to the car, I would have to say the bus likely had the green light.

I think it’s the bus driver’s fault. He/she didn’t yield to the right. Uh huh. (Yes, I’m just kidding)
Hopefully everyone is okay.

Its clear that the driver of the car saw the ambulance parked in the middle of the street with its doors open and moved to intercept, keeping the bus from hitting the ambulance. He/she is a hero

    Okay, believe it or not, but that can happen. Decades ago I was approaching an intersection when an ambulance entered. I had to brake hard not to hit the ambulance who cut in front of me – which fair enough. But I was still in the intersection when the light turned red. So, I just started driving and got T-boned by a guy timing the light driving in the bus lane – it was Vancouver.

    I was found 50% at fault because if you go through an intersection – even if you have a green light, you are still suppose to check that there is no other traffic also entering it. I was suppose to stop at each lane, look, then go. Imagine how that would’ve went over at Granville and West Broadway.

    So who knows, maybe the ambulance caused the accident.

      I’ve driven in Boston. I’ll believe anything consistent with the laws of physics.

Ha, ha, ha, Stillsmokin and Islandbound! Looks like your tolling the trolls was successful!

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