More than 30 have minor injuries after bus was rear-ended in Lincoln Tunnel

All those injured in the Lincoln Tunnel after a commuter bus rear-ended a tour bus carrying students from Canada on a graduation trip are in stable condition.

Stephen Lincke with the Fire Department of New York says 30 people on the New Jersey Transit bus and one police officer had minor bumps and bruises after the Wednesday morning crash.

Police Capt. Richard Gutch says there were two pregnant women on a bus not involved in the accident. He says one started contractions and was taken to a hospital. The other declined medical treatment.

None of the 26 students and two adults on the tour bus bound for New York City was hurt.

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