BALTIMORE (WJZ)– At least 21 people were hospitalized following a three-car crash involving an MTA bus on Monday morning.

George Solis has more.

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A busted grill, shattered glass and more than a dozen people injured after a MTA bus and two vehicles crash around 10:00 a.m. at East Belvedere Avenue & Hillen Rd.

Police say approximately 35-40 people were on board the MTA bus at the time of the accident.

At least 21 people, including a mother and her child were hospitalized for what appears to be non-life threatening injuries. Of the 21 victims, authorities say 17 of them were transported by an additional MTA bus to evaluate their injuries at the hospital.

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One victim was medevaced for “urgent care, but the severity of their injuries were also non-life threatening,” said Baltimore Fire spokesperson Samuel Johnson.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.

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