Five people were treated for nonlife-threatening injuries after a collision...

Five people were treated for nonlife-threatening injuries after a collision in Middle Island involving three vehicles, including a bus with handicapped passengers, police said. (March 2, 2012) Credit: Christopher Sabella

Five people were treated for nonlife-threatening injuries Friday after a collision in Middle Island involving three vehicles, including a bus with handicapped passengers, police said.

A limousine driver sustained a medical emergency near the intersection of Route 25 and Picasso Way at 2:45 p.m., police said, and that led to the crash that involved a mini-van and a Drivers Unlimited bus with 10 or 12 people on board.

The drivers of the three vehicles, and two passengers on the bus, were taken to area hospitals for treatment, Suffolk police said.

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