Driver slams into bus stop, utility pole in Harrison Twp. crash 

A driver was transported to an area hospital after crashing into a bus a stop and then hitting a utility pole on Salem Avenue early Sunday.

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Authorities say the driver, who was traveling south on Salem Avenue, crashed into a nearby bus stop, which sent debris all over the roadway. The driver then attempted to drive again after the first crash and ended up hitting a utility pole moments later.

Gasoline spread across the road and the vehicle was smoking due to the crashes. Firefighters used sand to soak the fuel up.

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Southbound lanes on Salem Avenue between Free Pike and Grant Avenue were blocked for clean-up. 

The driver is being treated for a reported head injury, officials say. 

Officials are working to learn what caused the crash.

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