Greyhound Bus Traveling to Cleveland Crashes, Sends Dozens to the Hospital




A Greyhound Bus traveling from New York City to Cleveland crashed in Pennsylvania early this morning, killing one and sending dozens more to area hospitals in critical condition.

The Associated Press reports that around 1:45 a.m. a Greyhound Bus struck a tractor trailer from behind on Interstate 80, near White Deer Township in Union County, PA.

45 of the 50 people on board the bus were taken to nearby hospitals, including the driver who'd been with the bus company for 12 years.

Many of the passengers are said to be in critical condition, though details surrounding their injuries are still murky.

Check back for updates as the story unfolds.

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