Ten students suffered minor injuries when two school buses collided on an outing Tuesday to the Brookfield Zoo.
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More than a dozen people were injured after a Megabus bound for Chicago rolled over south of Indianapolis in Greenwood early Tuesday morning.
Eight people were injured in a bus crash Tuesday afternoon in the Beverly neighborhood on the Southwest Side.
Nine people were hurt when a van went through a red light and struck a CTA bus Tuesday afternoon on the Near West Side.
Two Antioch Upper Grade School school buses fully loaded with children to take home were involved in a collision with each other Tuesday.
More than 20 children were hospitalized when a school bus crashed in the Wicker Park neighborhood Tuesday afternoon on the North Side.
Eight people were taken to hospitals after an accident involving a CTA bus and two cars at Chicago and Pulaski this morning, reports WBBM’s Steve Miller.
Fifty-three accidents occurred there between 2004 and 2011. The wrecks left 24 people injured and one dead, the Illinois Department of Transportation reports.
Eight people were injured in a bus crash late Monday morning in the Gage Park neighborhood on the Southwest Side.
One person was killed and dozens of others were injured when a double-decker Megabus headed from Chicago to Missouri crashed into a concrete bridge support in southern Illinois.
Twenty-three people were taken to area hospitals Tuesday afternoon after a Pace bus crashed in the Austin neighborhood.
Four people were hospitalized early this morning when a CTA bus and a car collided at Washington and Clark streets downtown.
Five people, including three children, were hospitalized Wednesday evening from a CTA bus crash on Lake Shore Drive.
The transit agency’s inspection found all systems to be in good condition, officials said Thursday.
There are serious questions about whether a CTA bus, that crashed and injured more than 30 passengers, was properly serviced and maintained.
A woman allegedly injured when a CTA bus crashed into a tree Saturday night on the South Side filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the CTA and the bus driver.
The transit agency is saying much about its investigation into Saturday’s accident on Lake Shore Drive, which injured several riders.
CTA investigators are still trying to determine why a bus ran into some trees and sent 37 people to hospitals, but two passengers CBS 2 interviewed believe they know why it happened.
There is no official word Sunday morning on what caused a CTA bus with 70 passengers aboard to run off the road and into several trees on the the South Side.