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South L.A. bus crash injures at least two

At least two people were injured when a bus and another vehicle collided in South Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon, according to fire officials.

The crash occurred about 3:30 p.m. on West Slauson Avenue and Figueroa Street.

About 16 people were on board the bus when the crash occurred, the Los Angeles Fire Department said. At least two were taken to a hospital with minor injuries. No extrication was required.

No details were immediately available on the cause of the crash.


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