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SEYMOUR, Ind. (December 20, 2014) –Authorities continue to investigate a crash involving a Megabus in Seymour, Indiana.

Around 05:25 AM, a Megabus carrying around 68 passengers on its way to Louisville, Kentucky crashed on I-65 within the 55 mile-marker.

According to Indiana State Police Trooper Matt Holley, Christopher Kelley 50, of Olympia Fields, Illinois was driving the Megabus southbound on I-65 in the left-lane. Road conditions were quickly changing due to light snow and low temperatures. While moving to the right-lane Kelley lost control of the bus. The bus slid off the roadway and into the grassy median, turned over, landing on the driver’s side and came to rest across the grassy median.

Twenty-six passengers were transported to Schneck Medical Center in Seymour by Jackson County Emergency Medical Services. Twenty-four passengers were treated and released at Schneck Medical Center for injuries as serious as a broken collar-bone to as minor as scrapes and abrasions. The patient reported earlier that was transported to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis was determined to be unrelated to the Megabus crash.

The uninjured passengers were taken from the scene by a Seymour Community Schools bus to Seymour Middle School. As of this update, all passengers in this crash, including those treated and released from Schneck Medical have been provided other transportation and are back enroute to their prior destinations.


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