BOSTON (AP) — Police in Boston are investigating a crash between an MBTA bus and a movie production vehicle that left 15 people hurt.
MBTA spokesman Joe Pesaturo says it happened about 9:40 a.m. Monday at Warren Street and Harrison Avenue outside Roxbury District Court.
It appears as if the bus struck the back of the truck, on the scene of the Sandra Bullock movie, "The Heat."
Pesaturo said 14 passengers and the driver reported back and neck pain and were transported to area hospitals.
None of the injuries was life-threatening.
Investigators will look at the mechanics of the bus, the medical condition of the driver, and other possible distractions to determine the cause.
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