GRT bus involved in crash in downtown Kitchener

Waterloo Regional Police's traffic unit is investigating a three-vehicle collision involving a transit bus on Charles Street at Water Street in downtown Kitchener.

Charles Street at Water Street closed following three vehicle crash

Waterloo Regional Police's traffic unit is investigating a three-vehicle collision involving a transit bus on Charles Street at Water Street in downtown Kitchener.

A Range Rover rolled onto its side after hitting a Toyota Prius just before 10 a.m. Tuesday, witnesses said. 

The Toyota Prius was also rear-ended during the collision by a Grand River Transit bus travelling eastbound on Charles Street, police said. 

No one was injured in the collision.

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