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34 Injured When Greyhound Bus Flips

All expected to survive accident in Ohio
By Newser Editors and Wire Services
Posted Sep 14, 2013 9:28 AM CDT
34 Injured When Greyhound Bus Flips
Officials work the scene of an overturned Greyhound bus on interstate I-75 in Liberty Township, Ohio.   (AP Photo/Dayton Daily News, Nick Daggy)

(Newser) – Another major bus accident in the news: A Greyhound bus went off an interstate in Ohio overnight and ended up on its side in a cornfield, reports AP. The most recent account says 34 of the 52 people aboard were taken to hospitals, though the Cincinnati Enquirer says none of the injuries are life-threatening. Two people, including the driver, had to be cut from the wreck by firefighters. The bus went off Interstate 75 just before 4am en route from Cincinnati to Detroit. Police say it hit a tree and a fence before overturning. The cause is under investigation. (Read more Greyhound stories.)

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