A three-vehicle accident in Brooklyn that included a city bus left 12 people injured Tuesday, March 19, 2012, according to information received by New York City injury attorney Jonathan C Reiter. The chain reaction accident began with a truck running a red light and hitting a passenger car. This first accident caused a bus to swerve into a building, explains Reiter.
The Brooklyn crash occurred at Avenue J in Midwood at approximately 9:55 am, according to police reports noted New York City injury attorney Jonathan C Reiter.
Witnesses reported that a small truck registered to the Jewish Association Servicing the Aging (JASA) ran a red light while traveling south on Ocean Ave. when it struck a Toyota Corolla traveling west on Avenue J. Brooklyn injury lawyer Reiter describes photos from the scene of the accident, stating the truck had rolled on its side.
Just after this collision, explains New York City injury attorney Reiter, a city bus traveling east on Avenue J swerved to avoid the collision. Upon swerving, the bus rammed into an apartment building.
Brooklyn injury lawyer Jonathan C Reiter clarifies that no pedestrians were struck during the three-vehicle chain reaction crash. The injured were passengers from the three involved vehicles. They were transported to Kings County Hospital, Maimonides Hospital and Lutheran Medical Center. The New York City injury attorney explains those affected by the crash were treated for minor injuries.
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