A CARTA bus/car crash Monday at 600 W. Main St. that led to eight people being sent to a hospital was caused by a northbound Acura on Carter Street that didn’t stop at a stop sign before hitting the bus, the Chattanooga Police Department said in a news release.
In a report on the collision, the news release said the bus hit a tree and fence after being struck by the car.
Seven of the occupants on the bus and the driver of the car, Brandon Ashley, were injured.
An investigation is continuing into the incident.
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