More than 30 people hurt after two buses crash into each other in Lincoln Tunnel

Twitter / FDNYAccording to the New York Fire Department’s Twitter account, 32 people were injured in the collision, though no injuries were life-threatening.

  • Two New Jersey Transit buses crashed into each other in the Lincoln Tunnel on Friday, the Port Authority of New York and Jersey wrote on Twitter.

  • According to the New York Fire Department‘s Twitter account, 32 people were injured in the collision.

  • Seven people received serious injuries, though none were life-threatening, the Associated Press reports.

Two New Jersey Transit buses crashed into each other in the Lincoln Tunnel on Friday, the Port Authority of New York and Jersey wrote on Twitter.

As of 10:44 a.m., the tunnel was open but experiencing delays.

According to the New York Fire Department‘s Twitter account, 32 people were injured in the collision.

Seven people received serious injuries, though none were life-threatening, the Associated Press reports.

The collision occurred at around 9:50 a.m. after one bus rear-ended the other, according to AP.

The Lincoln Tunnel runs between New York City and New Jersey under the Hudson River.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

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