Criminality not seen in MTA bus crash

Authorities say the MTA employee who crashed his bus into a crowded Crown Heights intersection is not facing criminal charges, but a probe into the

CROWN HEIGHTS - Authorities say the MTA employee who crashed his bus into a crowded Crown Heights intersection is not facing criminal charges, but a probe into the accident is not over.

The crash on Troy Avenue injured 18 people and sent several more to the hospital. Surveillance cameras at a nearby bar caught the chain-reaction accident on tape.

Dexter Trumpet, who lives across the street from where the bus crashed on Troy Avenue, says accidents in the area happen frequently.

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