SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Four people were hospitalized after a collision involving two Alameda-Contra Costa Transit buses in San Francisco Wednesday morning, according to police.
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The collision was reported at 9:22 a.m. in the area of Fremont and Folsom streets, police spokesman Officer Robert Rueca said.
A bus traveling north on Fremont collided with several vehicles, including another bus, then went onto the sidewalk and struck the scaffolding of a building, Rueca said. He said the bus did not strike anyone on the sidewalk.
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Four people, including one of the bus drivers, were taken to various hospitals, according to Rueca. He did not have an update on the victims' conditions.
Police have not determined a cause for the collision, which has prompted the California Highway Patrol to close the off-ramp to Fremont and Folsom streets from westbound Interstate Highway 80.
The off-ramp is expected to be closed for several hours while police investigate the scene and remove the vehicles, Rueca said shortly after 10:30 a.m.
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Four hospitalized after 2 buses crash in San Francisco
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