ASPEN, Colo. – Authorities in Colorado say at least 22 people were injured after a tow truck crashed into a public bus near Aspen.
Pitkin County sheriff's spokesman Alex Burchetta says nine people suffered moderate injuries, such as broken bones and laceration, in the Friday crash.
He says 36 were taken to a hospital with minor injuries, but the Colorado State Patrol says only 22 ended up going to the hospital. The reason for the discrepancy was not immediately clear.
Authorities say the flatbed tow truck ran a red light, hitting the bus. Its driver has been cited for careless driving causing injury.
Burchetta says authorities had received area reports of snow stacking up in the hoods of traffic lights, obscuring the signals.
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