Greyhound will launch investigation into I-70 crash

Image shows the crash on Interstate 70 where a greyhound bus was involved. A total of 19 passengers were taken the hospital to be treated for injuries. (WISH Photo)
Image shows the crash on Interstate 70 where a greyhound bus was involved. A total of 19 passengers were taken the hospital to be treated for injuries. (WISH Photo)

INDIANAPOLIS (WLFI) — Greyhound Bus Company is launching its own investigation into a crash that left the driver of an oncoming car dead.

It crash happened around 7:30 a.m. Sunday on Interstate 70. Police said Phillip Lloyd from Richmond stole a car from a truck stop on U.S. 35.

They said Lloyd started driving the wrong way down the interstate and crashed head on into a Greyhound bus. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Nineteen of the 24 passengers on the bus were taken to the hospital.

The bus was traveling from St. Louis to Dayton, Ohio.

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