Second person dies in Saturday Denver bus crash |

Second person dies in Saturday Denver bus crash

DENVER – A second person injured after a Denver city bus ran a red light and struck two vehicles has died.

Police spokesman Matthew Murray said Sunday that a woman critically injured in the crash died. She was riding in the same car as a man who died Saturday of his injuries.

The driver hasn’t been arrested or cited. Murray said the crash is still under investigation.

The Regional Transportation District bus was northbound on Lincoln Street, a major route in the city, when it collided with a car and a pickup truck at about 5 p.m. Saturday.

Witnesses said the bus struck the car first, then pushed the pickup into a parking lot and against a billboard pole.

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