2 Women Hit by Bus in Midtown

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    Two tourists from Spain were taken to the hospital, one of them in critical condition, after they were hit by a bus with no passengers in midtown Monday morning, police say. Sheldon Dutes has more. (Published Monday, Jul 14, 2014)

    Two tourists from Spain were taken to the hospital, one of them in critical condition, after they were hit by a bus with no passengers in midtown Monday morning, police say. 

    The women were hit by a private Trans-Bridge Lines commuter bus as it made a turn near West 47th Street and 10th Avenue around 8 a.m. The bus company says the bus was empty at the time of the accident, and the driver was taking it to a parking facility.

    One of the women injured her foot; the other had a leg injury. One was hospitalized in critical condition and the other was listed in stable condition, but both are expected to be OK, police said.

    The intersection near the accident site was closed down while police investigated.

    Trans-Bridge Lines services parts of New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The bus company said in a statement that it was "fully cooperating" with the NYPD and other agencies involved. 

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