Two people suffered fatal personal injuries as a result of a Denver city bus running a red light and collided with a car and a pickup truck.
According to police spokesman Michael Murray, one of the victims was critically injured in the April 3 crash, but died the following day.
So far, there have been no charges filed against the bus driver and Murray says the crash remains under investigation.
At around 5 p.m. on the day of the crash, the Regional Transportation District bus was northbound on Lincoln Street, a major route in the city of Denver, Colorado, when it struck a car and then a truck.
According to witnesses, the car was struck first before the bus pushed the truck into a parking lot against a billboard pole.