Two out of five children were injured after a car crash with a city bus in a violent crash in Los Angeles.
First responders said the two were in crisis after a city bus crash in South Los Angeles shortly before 8:30 pm local time.
The Los Angeles Fire Department reported that it ignited after the vehicle collided with the bus.
According to the LAFD, two people were taken from the car to the hospital in serious condition.
Two children in the car and the bus driver were less injured, officials warned.
The five injured were taken to the hospital by ambulance.
According to the bus driver, when the vehicle collided, six people were on the bus and all evacuated on their own without injury.
The clash occurred on South Normandy Avenue near Manchester Square, officials said.
According to the LAFD, no one is trapped in the bus.
The cause of the crash has not yet been clarified.
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