The driver of the Davenport CitiBus that crashed into a house last week was cited with traffic violations Tuesday.
Rose Marie Torres, 49, of Davenport was cited for failure to yield a left turn and no seat belt, Davenport Assistant Police Chief Don Schaeffer said.
Torres was injured along with the driver and 2-year-old passenger of the Ford Fusion she collided with at Locust Street and Grand Avenue immediately before crashing into the house at 1825 Grand the afternoon of Feb. 13.
The 2-year-old was secured in a forward-facing safety seat in the backseat. The car was going eastbound on East Locust Street when it collided with the bus as it turned left from the westbound lanes of Locust onto Grand Avenue, police said.
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They were treated for minor injuries.
Two teenagers 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.
Doug Roelfs, CitiBus transit manager, could not be reached Tuesday for comment.