Ten people are injured in crash between bus and cement truck on New Jersey Turnpike
- A commuter bus driver and nine passengers were injured Tuesday morning when the bus crashed with a cement truck
- None of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening
- The other 23 passengers have been picked up to resume their trip to NYC
Ten people have been injured in a commuter bus crash on the New Jersey Turnpike, causing massive delays during morning rush hour.
The driver and nine passengers were injured after a crash with a cement truck around 7.30am in the town of Elizabeth. Officials say none of the injuries are considered life-threatening.
Authorities say the No. 139 bus was en route to the Port Authority in New York City when the crash occurred. The other 23 passengers on board have been picked up by another bus to resume their trip.
Traffic has been snarled along the New Jersey Turnpike since the crash.
New Jersey Transit and state police are leading an investigation into the cause of the collision.
A commuter bus crashed into a cement truck at around 7.30am on the New Jersey Turnpike
Traffic has been snarled along the turnpike leading into New York City since
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