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Seven injured after DDOT bus crashes into building on Detroit's west side

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Detroit, MI -- Seven people were injured after a DDOT Bus crashed into a building on Detroit's west side. Three people, including the driver suffered critical injuries while the other four suffered minor injuries.

The crash happened near in the 14400 block of Dexter near Doris St. around 3:30 p.m. That's north of Davison Ave.

The bus hit a telephone pole before crashing into the building. Two other vehicles are also involved in the crash.

Right now, it's not clear what caused the crash or how many people were on the bus at the time.

Multiple emergency crews are on scene after a DDOT bus crashed into a building on Detroit's west side. We're told seven people were injured in the crash and were on the bus at the time.

We're told all of the people were taken off the bus but we're not sure of their condition. The building is in dangerous condition.

The crash happened near in the 14400 block of Dexter near Doris St. around 3:30 p.m. That's north of Davison Ave.

The bus hit a telephone pole before crashing into the building. Another vehicle is also involved in the crash.

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