According to the MBTA, a car cut in front of a Silver Line bus, causing the bus to swerve into two parked cars.
The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority is investigating a Wednesday afternoon accident between an MBTA bus and several cars on Washington Street in the South End that sent three to the hospital with injuries.
MBTA spokesperson Joshua Rubin said that at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, a MBTA Silver line bus had been traveling on Washington and Lenox Street in the South End when a car cut in front of it, causing the bus to swerve and hit two parked cars on Washington Street.
The operator and two passengers have been transported to the hospital with unknown injuries.
The extent of the injuries as well as the amount of property damage is unknown at this time. The MBTA is currently investigating the incident.