Police investigate deadly bus crash

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RICHMOND, Ind. (July 13, 2014) — The Wayne County Sheriff’s office is investigating a deadly crash that happened early Sunday morning.

Around 7 a.m., a black Mustang that had been stolen from a truck stop was going the wrong way on Interstate 70 and hit a Greyhound bus, head on.

The bus was headed eastbound to Dayton, Ohio.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s department says a majority of the passengers were taken to Reid hospital in Richmond to be checked out.

Greyhound says the driver of the bus was airlifted to Methodist hospital in Indianapolis.

His identity and condition are unknown at this time.

Police are still investigating how the Mustang entered the Interstate and why it was headed westbound in the eastbound lanes.

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