MANHATTAN, NY – An MTA truck crashed into a parked delivery truck in Times Square early this morning in a collision that sent two people to the hospital, PIX 11 reports.
Authorities say that the crash occurred at about 5:30 a.m. on May 12, when the MTA utility vehicle crashed into a Pepsi delivery truck parked in the westbound bus lane of West 42nd Street between Sixth Avenue and Broadway. FDNY reports that two people were taken to a local hospital, though it is not known how serious their injuries were or what condition they are currently in. The Pepsi truck driver was not injured.
The MTA has suspended the driver involved in the crash, whom they say has been charged by police. An investigation is pending.
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