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Lindenwold Woman Dies In Crash Involving NJ Transit Bus

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PINE HILL, N.J. -

Dangerous driving conditions made for a treacherous commute this morning. One person was killed in Camden County.

It happened on West Branch Road in Pine Hill.

Prosecutors tell us a 29-year-old woman from Lindenwold was driving her SUV when it spun out on ice. It was struck by a New Jersey Transit bus headed in the opposite direction.

A passenger in the SUV, the bus driver and its 25 passengers were treated at area hospitals.

This was one of more than a dozen weather related crashes Friday. Police urged people to stay home because of the icy conditions.

FOX 29's Leigh Scheps has more on the deadly crash in the above video report.

Fortunately, there are no serious injuries from another accident in Northeast Philadelphia this morning.

At least four cars and a school bus were involved in the crash that happened just before 10 on the Roosevelt Boulevard and Summerdale Avenue.

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