The occupant of the truck was pronounced dead at the scene, with a cause of death and identification set to be carried out by the Hennepin County Medical Examiners Office.
Six passengers on the bus were taken to hospital with “non-life-threatening injuries” and were released from the hospital on Monday.
The State Patrol is assisting with crash reconstruction and an investigation is ongoing, a spokesperson from Metro Transit said.
The area where the crash occurred was closed following the collision but was reopened on Monday morning.
“What we had here was a D-line bus, so these are buses that are up and down Chicago Avenue every 15 minutes most of the day and into the evening. It’s a really popular bus route, probably our most popular route so, it’s not surprising that there were people on board,” said Drew Kerr, the spokesperson for Metro Transit.