CHICAGO (CBS)– Police are investigating a fatal crash involving a CTA bus and two other vehicles.
According to fire officials, the driver of the car died at the scene at 69th and Ashland in the West Englewood neighborhood. There is damage to a small business at the crash site.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Warm Stretch Begins With Temperatures In The 50s
This is the aftermath of a deadly early morning crash involving a CTA bus & 2 other cars at Ashland & 69th.
Driver of 1 of the cars is dead, CTA bus driver also rushed to hospital.
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Police said the bus driver was taken to a local hospital. The bus driver’s condition is not known at this time.
A CTA spokesperson told CBS 2 a CTA bus was heading north on Ashland when a car heading west struck the side of the bust.
According to police, there were no passengers on the bus at the time of the incident.
Street closures throughout the area can be expected as a result of the crash.MORE NEWS: Chicago Weather: Weekend Warmup Continues
This is a developing story.