SEPTA Bus Crash in Philadelphia: Second Incident in a Week

Philadelphia, PA – In a recent incident, a SEPTA bus was involved in a crash in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia. The accident occurred on Sunday night, with officers responding to the scene at Frankford and West Girard avenues just before 8:30 p.m. The crash resulted in four people being transported to area hospitals. Three were taken to Jefferson Hospital, and one was transported to Temple University Hospital. The conditions of those injured have not been released.

This is not the first time a SEPTA bus has been involved in a crash in Philadelphia in the recent past. Just last week, two SEPTA buses collided along Roosevelt Boulevard. That accident resulted in the death of a 72-year-old passenger, identified as Siu Nam Mak from Philadelphia, and injuries to at least 19 others.

The cause of the most recent crash remains unclear. As investigations continue, the frequency of these incidents raises concerns about the safety of public transportation in the city.

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