A bus carrying staff and 38 inmates crashed into a concrete barrier in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
According to ABC 27, corrections bus loaded with staff and 38 inmates crashed into a center concrete barrier after a tire blowout, according to the crash report. All occupants have been accounted for and transported to Penn State Hershey Medical Center to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
Dr. Sharon Griswold, Emergency Room doctor at the medical center, said the estimated nine ambulances in route to the hospital quickly grew to a potential of 40.
Pennsylvania State Police is investing the cause of the crash and say that the National Transportation Safety Board may join the investigation as well due to the type of vehicle involved.
The accident happened in the eastbound lanes near the Lawn Service Plaza in eastern Dauphin County.
The information below was provided by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration:
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