(SAN JOSE, Calif.) — Two people are dead and 18 injured after a Greyhound bus overturned in San Jose, California on Tuesday morning.
The bus was headed to Oakland from Los Angeles when it crashed on the Northbound 101, hitting a conrete barrier causing the bus to flip.
The two passengers who died were women, officials said. Five people were sent to local hospitals with immediate life-threatening injuries, according to San Jose Fire, and 13 people were treated for minor injuries.
California Highway Patrol Sergeant Lisa Brazil said the reason why the bus driver lost control is unknown, but it was pouring rain when the accident happened.
“They’ll do a 24-hour profile on the driver and see everything that’s happened– that he’s done in the past 24 hours,” said Brazil on Tuesday.
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