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Bus gets sideswiped, no one injured

Police say no charges will be laid after a driver pulled out of a parking spot and sideswiped a bus.

Relatively minor damage was the only result — less than $2,000, police estimate. No one was injured as a result of the collision, which happened at about noon on Saturday in the zero-hundred block of Ninth Street.

Police say there were mitigating factors that led them to not lay any charges.

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Pulling out into traffic before safe to do so? Isn't that imprudent driving? Can't understand why the driver was not charged.

Arlene Saito

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