A New York City bus driver who passengers say was driving erratically before he hit something is facing charges including driving while intoxicated.
Authorities say the 24-year-old driver had nine passengers on the bus early Sunday in Brooklyn. Police say the passengers called authorities after the bus came in contact with something that brought it to a stop. No one on the bus was injured.
Police officers said the driver showed the poisoning statement, tested the blood alcohol level and found it on legal limits for driving.
The Metropolitan Transport Office said it was “zero tolerance”. The bus operator was removed from the grace service.
MTA is the largest public transport network in North America and serves New York and Connecticut. He says he runs the biggest bus fleet in the country.
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