Police stated officers have been responding to a 911 name of a person with a gun on Friday after they crashed into the bus in East Vancouver.
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The Vancouver Police Division says two officers are in hospital with damaged legs after their automobile collided with a transit bus.
Police say in a information launch that the officers from the emergency response part have been responding to a 911 name of a person with a gun on Friday after they crashed into the bus in East Vancouver.
They are saying the bus driver and two passengers have been additionally taken to hospital for non-life threatening accidents and have since been launched.
Police say each officers have been critically injured and extracted from their automobile by firefighters and paramedics.
They are saying the incident occurred close to East forty first Avenue and Dumfries Avenue in East Vancouver.
The police division’s collision investigation unit is reviewing the crash.
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