Six dead, three injured in ‘horrible’ crash in upstate New York
Six people killed and three injured in ‘horrible’ crash in upstate New York: Express bus and freight truck collide head-on as cops launch investigation
- The bus and truck collided on State Highway 37 outside the city of Louisville
- One of the injured was left in critical condition and two in serious condition, police said.
- Highway 37 was closed for 12 hours on Saturday after the crash and is now open
Six people were killed and three were injured on Saturday when a bus collided head-on with a freight truck in upstate New York.
The crash happened on State Highway 37 in Louisville, a town just south of the United Canada border, around 6 a.m.
There were 15 people in the bus and one person in the truck. The freeway was closed for twelve hours as police investigated the accident, which they described as “horrific”.
As of yesterday, one of the injured was in critical condition and two in serious condition, police said. The gendarmes did not specify which vehicle collided with whom.
The front of the truck involved in Saturday’s fatal crash in upstate New York was shattered
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