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Four Seriously Injured in Phoenix Accident After Car Hits Bus Stop

James R. Harrison

January 30, 2020

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Phoenix, Arizona—A car accident near Greenway Parkway and Cave Creek Road in Phoenix has left four people critically injured, with two of those described as "extremely critical."

According to officials with the Phoenix Fire Department, two vehicles collided and one was propelled into a bus stop. There were several people sitting at the bus stop when the car struck it.

The injured include two men in "extremely critical" condition and a man and woman with with critical injuries whose conditions are described as stable.

The car accident is being investigated by the Phoenix Police Department and the investigation is ongoing.

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