Greyhound Bus Overturns, 37 hurt

A Greyhound bus on its way to Detroit turned over on northbound I-75 in Lebanon, Ohio at around 4:00 a.m., September 14. 37 of the 51 passengers were injured, but no fatalities were reported.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the bus went off the road close to the 26 mile marker, causing it to hit a tree and metal fence before overturning in a cornfield.

According to Greyhound spokeswoman Kim Plaskett, 15 of the injured passengers were already released by noon the of the accident after receiving proper treatment at area hospitals, while six were taken by Life Flight emergency helicopter to nearby hospitals. A relief bus took the uninjured passengers back to Cincinnati.

Butler County, Ohio Sheriff officials are conducting an investigation to find out the cause of the accident, which is still undetermined.

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