About 20 people were transported for hospital examination, most with minor injuries, Humphrey said, adding that no one suffered life-threatening injuries.
Rick Jager, a Metro spokesman, said a total of 31 people suffered minor injuries while a 32nd was described as serious based on his complaints of dizziness. A later report from the LAFD also indicated that 31 people had suffered minor injuries, while the 32nd was treated for feeling ill. All 32 were listed as being in good-to-fair condition, Humphrey said.
The bus, operating on line 51, was southbound on San Pedro Street when the crash occurred, said Helen Ortiz Gilstrap of Metro.
Buses were sent to the location to provide transportation for passengers affected by the crash, Gilstrap said. Train service was restored around 9 a.m., Jager said.