A driver being pursued by authorities crashed into a bus stop in the South Bay Monday, leaving one person at the bus stop injured, officials said.
The crash happened at a Valley Transportation Authority bus stop in the area of Bird Avenue and San Carlos Street in San Jose, the Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office said.
The driver was taken to a hospital out of an abundance of caution, the sheriff's office said.
The victim at the bus stop was also transported to a hospital with undisclosed injuries, VTA said.
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The sheriff's office did not immediately say why the driver was being pursued.
A suspect crashed into a @VTA stop on San Carlos & Barack Obama Blvd after a short pursuit by @SCCoSheriff. Officer Russell Davis tells me suspect was transported for minor injuries. @VTA spokesperson tells me a person at the bus stop was also injured and transported@nbcbayarea pic.twitter.com/shFF6S3NyD— Kris Sanchez (@KrisNBC) January 3, 2022