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ERIE COUNTY, Pennsylvania — A Greyhound bus that left from Cleveland Thursday morning crashed into a flatbed truck about 20 miles past the Pennsylvania border.

According to, the bus rear-ended the truck on Interstate 90 eastbound, near Mile Marker 20, around 7 a.m.

Pennsylvania State Police said of the 25-30 people onboard, only a few suffered minor injuries.

The flatbed driver was not hurt.

The bus driver was trapped and had to be freed by emergency crews. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.

Passengers were removed through the side of the bus, then led to a warming trailer, reports.

A spokesperson for Greyhound says as of Thursday evening, all but one of the victims have been released from the hospital. The extent of that person’s injury isn’t known.

Police say another bus took the remaining passengers to their original destination.

In a statement released Thursday morning, Greyhound said it was working with local authorities to investigate the incident, and determine a cause.

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