Friday, December 4, 2020
Friday, December 4, 2020

Driver in critical condition after rear ending SEPTA bus in Newtown Square

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NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. (YC) – A driver is in critical condition after a horrific accident early Thursday morning.

The crash happened at approximately 1 a.m. Thursday morning on West Chester Pike & Radnor Drive in Newtown Square, Delaware County.

A car rear ended a SEPTA bus at a high rate of speed – causing the driver to lose control for nearly a quarter-mile before crashing.

Fire crews worked to get the driver of the Nissan Who was heavily trapped out before rushing him to Paoli Hospital where he is currently listed in serious condition.

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