HOUSTON (AP) — Houston transit officials say two people have been hospitalized after their SUV collided with a city bus. Metro Transit Authority spokeswoman Margaret O’Brian-Molina says the vehicle ran a red light before it was struck by the bus near downtown. She tells the Houston Chronicle that the SUV flipped. She says two people were taken to St. Joseph Hospital but that there injuries weren’t life threatening. Their conditions and identities haven’t been released.
No other injuries were reported.