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Greyhound bus flips over on Pa. interstate; 2 seriously hurt

The Associated Press
| Sunday, February 24, 2008 12:00 a.m

MOSCOW — A Greyhound bus flipped over on Interstate 380 in northeastern Pennsylvania early Sunday, injuring more than 40 people.

The bus was headed northbound when it went off the road and rolled over on the median around 4:15 a.m. in Covington Township, according to Pennsylvania State Police.

Forty-one people were taken to nearby hospitals and two were seriously hurt, officials said. Emergency personnel took the remaining passengers to a fire hall.

The conditions of the injured passengers were not immediately released.

Investigators believe the bus was going to Syracuse, N.Y., from New York City. The cause of the crash remained under investigation Sunday.

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