WILLIAMSBURG — A driver was critically injured after he suffered a seizure and rear-ended his SUV into an MTA bus in Williamsburg Tuesday afternoon, according to officials.
The vehicle slammed into the back of an out-of-service B57 bus at Graham Avenue and Ten Eyck Street at about 2:14 p.m., MTA and FDNY officials said. The male SUV driver was taken to Kings County Hospital with critical injuries, an FDNY spokesman and police source said.
Two passengers in the SUV and a person in the bus were also hurt, though their injuries were not believed to be serious, sources said.
Brenda White, 50, was working as a security guard on Graham Avenue when the collision happened.
White said she saw a man who was "badly bleeding" and appeared to be unconscious.
It wasn't immediately clear if that was the SUV driver.
Graham Avenue was closed between Maujer and Scholes streets while the NYPD investigated.
Bus service was not impacted, an MTA spokeswoman said.