Bus hits overpass at Newark Penn Station, dozens injured
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - A bus hit an overpass at Newark's Penn Station, peeling back part of its roof and injuring dozens of passengers.
Officials say about 50 people were on the bus, which was headed to New Jersey from Washington when it hit the overpass at the entrance of the station late Sunday. Police do not believe any of the injuries are life-threatening.
The bus was operated by Liberty Coach.
Overnight a bus from DC to Newark slammed into an overpass at Newark Penn Station. 50 people on board and everyone is expected to survive, police said. Live updates on EWN #abc7ny pic.twitter.com/44CWy7OTm1— Derick Waller (@wallerABC7) August 13, 2018
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