3 injured in RTA minibus-car collision in Dayton that leaves minibus on its side 

Published: Thursday, June 06, 2019 @ 6:15 PM
Updated: Thursday, June 06, 2019 @ 9:35 PM

3 injured in crash involving RTA minibus

Justin Dean, who helped rescue two elderly women trapped in an RTA minibus left on its side after a collision Thursday afternoon, doesn’t consider himself a hero.

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He said he was driving to church when he saw the accident on West Second Street at North Euclid Avenue. He, a cousin who was with him and another motorist jumped into the bus to free the passengers.

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“Luckily I was blessed to be there,” Dean told News Center 7’s Monica Castro. “Unfortunately for a bad situation, but it turned into a good situation.”

Police and multiple medic units responded to the crash just after 5:30 p.m., per initial reports.

The women and the RTA driver were taken to a hospital, all suffering non-life threatening injuries, RTA COO Chris Cole said. There was no word from Dayton police or firefighters about the driver of the car in the collision.

“If I was in that situation,” Dean said, “I would want someone to jump in there and help me.”

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