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FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Four people have been hospitalized after a Greyhound bus and a big rig crashed on Interstate 5 in Northern California.
KFSN-TV reports (http://abc30.tv/2hwuyJK ) that California Highway Patrol says the crash occurred early Thursday on northbound Interstate 5 near Kettleman City. The bus ended up on an embankment and the semi-truck flipped.
The bus was traveling to San Francisco and was carrying a few dozen passengers.
The highway patrol closed northbound lanes on I-5 and diverted traffic around the crash.
Information from: KFSN-TV.
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