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Two killed when car crashes into bus stop in Riverside

Map: Approximate location of incident shown in red. Credit: Google Maps

Two people were killed and two were hospitalized in critical condition after a car crashed into a bus stop near a Riverside mall, police said.

The victims were thought to be an adult and a child, police said. The cause of the collision, near the intersection of Magnolia Avenue and Tyler Street, was under investigation. The driver survived the collision, police said

Traffic was blocked off near Magnolia Avenue, police said.

Josh Mills, an employee at Scher Tire, described a hectic scene with about three fire trucks, five ambulances and police cars at the scene.


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-- Phil Willon in Riverside

Map: Approximate location of incident shown in red. Credit: Google Maps

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