SALT LAKE CITY: Twenty folks have been injured when a Greyhound bus headed to Las Vegas veered off a freeway and rolled over in central Utah, officers stated Tuesday.
The passengers who have been damage within the Monday evening crash have been taken to space hospitals with a spread of minor to severe accidents, however all have been anticipated to outlive, Utah Freeway Patrol Sgt. Cameron Roden stated.
Investigators don’t know but what brought about the Greyhound bus to veer off the freeway and roll over on its facet about 100 yards (91 meters) from the highway, Roden stated.
A snowstorm hit many components of the state Monday evening, however Roden stated highway circumstances didn’t appear too unhealthy on the a part of Interstate 70 in Emery County the place the crash occurred, though footage of the overturned bus present snow on the bottom.
Thirty-eight folks have been aboard the bus, together with the driving force. It had taken off from Inexperienced River, Utah, and was in path to Las Vegas, he stated.
Greyhound officers didn’t instantly return an e mail looking for remark in regards to the crash.
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