A King County Metro Access paratransit bus with two passengers aboard hit a building at Seneca Street and Boren Avenue in Seattle on Saturday afternoon.

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A King County Metro Access paratransit bus with two passengers aboard hit a building at Seneca Street and Boren Avenue in Seattle on Saturday afternoon. The passengers were treated for minor injuries at the scene and taken to a hospital, according to the Seattle Fire Department. The driver was not hurt. The apartment building, at 1020 Seneca St., was not badly damaged. Glass in a window was shattered. About 12:52 p.m. Saturday, the bus was heading west across the intersection of Seneca and Boren when the crash occurred. It was not immediately clear whether another vehicle or vehicles may have been involved. The Seattle Police Department tweeted in the afternoon that it was investigating but as of 11:15 p.m., had not released other information.