CHICAGO (CBS) — Multiple people were taken to area hospitals Monday afternoon in an accident involving a school bus and a CTA bus at 79th Street and Cottage Grove Avenue.

Just after 4 p.m., witnesses told police a Chicago Transit Authority bus struck a black vehicle, and then a school bus.

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Neither the school bus nor the CTA bus appeared severely damaged in video from Chopper 2. A CTA tow truck later came to tow the CTA bus away.

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The Fire Department initially reported 10 children were injured in the accident, but later said no children were injured and the accident victims were all adults.

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Ten people were taken to Jackson Park and South Shore hospitals and the University of Chicago Medical Center. Eight were in good condition, two in fair-to-serious, the Fire Department said.