Jose Hernandez Killed, 1 Injured in Bus Crash at Alameda and 131st Streets

Bus Hits Vehicles, Taco Stand in Fatal Willowbrook Accident

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Willowbrook, CA (September 1, 2019) – One person was killed and another was injured when a bus hit a taco stand and multiple vehicles in Willowbrook. The fatal accident occurred on the morning of September 1 at Alameda and 131st streets.

An MTA bus was at the intersection when it hit a Honda SUV. The bus then collided into several parked cars before hitting a crowded taco stand. In all, five vehicles were involved in the crash. 

Ten people were on the curb. Two suffered serious injuries. Both were taken to a local hospital, where one – Jose Hernandez, 32, later died. Hernandez was trapped under a Ford E-150 van that went airborne after getting hit by the bus. None of the 10 passengers aboard the bus were injured.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to the friends and loved ones of Jose Hernandez.



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