Three people were injured Thursday when a Davenport CitiBus struck the front of duplex after colliding with a car, police said. 

The bus driver and two people in the car that collided with the bus at the intersection of Grand Avenue and East Locust Street were taken to the hospital with minor injuries, police said.

Two teenagers, a boy and a girl, were inside the first-floor apartment of the duplex at the time the bus crashed into the front common hallway and front bedroom, the landlord, Scott Broders of Davenport, said. They were not hurt.

"It's unbelievable," Broders said.

The bus was westbound on Locust when it turned south on Grand and collided with an eastbound Ford Fusion, police said. The bus then veered off the road, knocked down a street sign and hit the house at 1825 Grand about 3:53 p.m.

None of the nine passengers on the bus were injured, Davenport Fire District Chief Mike Carlsten said.

The 1800 block of Grand was blocked off for about two hours as police, fire and ambulance crews were on scene.

A tow truck eventually pulled the bus out of the house.

The front exterior wall around the front door and front bedroom window as well as the front porch were severely damaged.

The bus sustained minor damage.

Police did not say who caused the accident.