Six people were injured Thursday evening in a crash involving a Metro bus, a dump truck and a passenger vehicle on Maple Valley Highway in Renton, according to the Renton Fire Department.

Units responded to the crash just after 6 p.m. at Maple Valley Highway at 140th Avenue Southeast, according to a Renton Fire tweet.

The highway was closed from Interstate 405 and West 149th for more than two hours, according to the Renton Police Department. Shortly before 10:30 p.m., police said on Twitter that roads had reopened.

All six of those injured were taken to a hospital, according to police. Medics reported one person with apparent life-threatening injuries, two people with serious injuries and two with minor injuries. Firefighters didn’t provide information on the severity of injuries for the sixth person.

No passengers were on the Metro bus, said Elaine Porterfield, public information officer for Metro Transit.

The dump truck was traveling south on 140th Avenue Southeast toward the highway, and hit two vehicles before it hit the bus, which then hit other vehicles, according to Renton police.

Emergency crews began to leave around 7 p.m., according to Renton firefighters.