A dozen passengers and the driver of a SEPTA bus were injured Wednesday in the city's Logan section when the vehicle was rear-ended by a dump truck, authorities said.
The 10:39 a.m. crash at Germantown and Windrim Avenues sent 12 passengers and the operator of the Route 23 bus to emergency rooms at Albert Einstein Medical Center and Temple University Hospital with neck and back injuries, said Andrew Busch, a SEPTA spokesman. The truck driver was also treated at a local hospital. "The bus was stopped at Windrim," Busch said. "We're not sure if it was picking up passengers or dropping them off at the time."