2 Semi-Trucks, Bus Collide in Nebraska; 33 People Injured

10/07/2011 // WPB, FL, USA // Injury Lawyers News // Nicole Howley

Gibbon, NE — Over 30 people were injured Thursday morning, October 6, 2011, when a Denver-bound bus slammed into an overturn semi-truck on Interstate 80. The bus accident occurred around 2 a.m. in south-central Nebraska, about two miles east of the Gibbon exit, reported USA Today.

According to the Nebraska State Patrol, the overturned semi-truck was blocking the westbound lanes of traffic when the bus collided with it and went into the interstate median. A second 18-wheerler clipped the overturned semi and ran into a ditch.

It is currently unknown what caused the semi-truck to overturn in the first place.

Thirty-three people on the bus were reportedly injured in the wreck. No fatalities were reported.

Responding emergency crews transported 24 people, including the driver, to area hospitals for treatment. The driver and one passenger were reportedly critically injured in the crash.

The bus was reportedly on its way to Denver from Omaha when the accident occurred.

Investigations into the semi-truck and bus accident are underway.

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