Grandmother, 2 granddaughters injured by vehicle at bus stop

The vehicle left the street in Marysville and hit the bus stop, seriously injuring the woman, police said.

The bus stop on State Avenue in Marysville where a grandmother and her two granddaughters were injured Saturday. (Marysville Police Department)

The bus stop on State Avenue in Marysville where a grandmother and her two granddaughters were injured Saturday. (Marysville Police Department)

MARYSVILLE — A grandmother and her two granddaughters were transported to a hospital Saturday afternoon after a vehicle left the roadway and struck them at a bus stop on State Avenue just north of Grove Street.

No arrests were made, and the investigation is pending, Marysville police reported.

The trio were seated on a bench at the bus stop. The grandmother, 60, suffered serious injuries. She was holding her 1-year-old granddaughter while another granddaughter, 13, sat next to them, police reported.

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