WILLOWBROOK (CBSLA) — One man was killed and 10 people injured after an MTA bus plowed into cars in Willowbrook early Sunday morning.

The bus was heading southbound on Alameda Street around 2:10 a.m. when it veered into four parked vehicles and caused a chain reaction collision.

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One of the vehicles, a Ford E-150 van, was propelled onto the sidewalk where a group of people were standing by a taco stand. The van struck 32-year-old Jose Hernandez of Lynwood, who was later pronounced dead at St. Francis Hospital.

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One of the injured parties was reported in serious condition at the time of this report. The remaining victims reportedly suffered minor injuries.

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The California Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of the crash.