NJ Transit bus removed from Newark building after crash

Workers have successfully removed a New Jersey Transit bus more than 24 hours after it careened into a building in Newark. Some of the facade

NEWARK - Workers have successfully removed a New Jersey Transit bus more than 24 hours after it careened into a building in Newark.

Some of the facade from the building on Market Street fell to the ground when the bus was taken away this morning. But the building remained standing.

Police said the bus was headed to Newark's Penn Station early yesterday when it collided with a taxi.

Ten people were injured, although none seriously.

The crash remains under investigation.

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