Bus Crash Injures 25
LANCASTER, Pa., Aug. 13 (UPI) — A bus crashed on the Pennsylvania Turnpike on its way to St. Louis Saturday, injuring 25 passengers, officials say.
The Greyhound bus overturned on the turnpike at 6 a.m., 1 mile east of the Lebanon-Lancaster exit, WGAL-TV in Lancaster, Pa., reported.
The bus driver, Kareem Edward Farmer of Philadelphia, and most of the injured passengers were transported to a hospital for medical attention; four passengers were picked up by another bus and continued to Pittsburgh.
One woman was trapped on the coach bus and had to be freed by crews, KTVI-TV of Pittsburgh reported.
The westbound lanes of the turnpike were closed for cleanup and investigation of the accident.
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