A Greyhound bus crash injured 35 people when it drove off an interstate highway and came to rest on its side in a corn field. The injuries in this southwest Ohio bus crash ranged from minor to serious, but none of the injuries were considered life-threatening, according to Yahoo News on Sept. 14.
When firefighters and paramedics arrived on the scene, several passengers were trapped and had to be extricated by the responders. While no official cause of the crash has been reported, a passenger, Christopher Lake, told the media he saw the driver slumped over in his seat. He also heard a woman screaming for the driver to “wake up.” This would suggest the driver suffered a medical problem while behind the steering wheel.
The crash happened about 3:50 a.m. on northbound side of interstate 75. The bus came to a rest in a field about 25 miles north of Cincinnati. The bus rolled over twice after first hitting a tree and it slid on its side into a cornfield. The crash is still under investigation this evening.