One person was killed and more than a dozen people were hurt in an early-morning collision involving a Greyhound bus and a car on a Maryland motorway, according to police.
According to Howard County police, at around 3:24 in the morning, a Greyhound bus carrying 38 passengers struck and killed the driver of a Buick Enclave while it was travelling on Route 32 close to I-95. The driver, who was described as male by the authorities, was declared deceased at the site.
Authorities reported that 17 Greyhound bus passengers with a variety of ailments were taken to local hospitals. The driver also went to the doctor. On the bus, there were no serious injuries.
According to a statement from the Howard County police, the SUV “was travelling westbound in the eastbound lanes” when it collided with the Greyhound, which was moving east in the eastbound lanes.
At I-95, Route 32 eastbound was subsequently shut down, according to authorities.
For more details, Fox News Digital contacted Greyhound and the Howard County Police Department, but neither organisation responded right away.
The collision continues to be under investigation.