CHICAGO, IL -- One person was hospitalized with critical injures early Friday after a shuttle bus accident at O'Hare International Airport, according to ABC 7 Chicago.
Chicago Fire Department officials said the crash happened on a ramp to the airport's Terminal 5, at around 2:30 a.m.
The cause of the incident remains unclear, but preliminary details show a man in his 80s was operating a shuttle bus when the vehicle appeared to hit a median.
The male driver, who was ejected from the bus in the impact of the crash, suffered serious injuries. CFD crews rushed the victim to Lutheran General Hospital, where he was listed in critical condition.
No one else was reported hurt in the collision, which left heavy damage to the bus' front-end.
Though travelers were still able to access the terminal, multiple lanes were closed during the response and initial investigation. Officials said CTA service was not impacted by the incident.
No other details have been shared at this time.
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