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Four injured as car and bus collide in Burbank

Four people were injured when a car collided with an Orange Line bus in Woodland Hills on Thursday morning.

The bus was westbound on Victory Boulevard near Mason Avenue at about 8:15 a.m. when a car apparently ran a red light and they collided, said Metro spokesman Luis Inunza. The crash was still under investigation.

Three bus passengers and the driver suffered minor injuries. Inunza said three were transported to a local hospital and one refused treatment. The car's driver was uninjured.

The road remained open to traffic.


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