At least one dead, 16 injured after Greyhound bus crash in Texas

17 hurt in north Texas crash involving Greyhound bus


A woman was killed and at least 16 people were injured – including one man who is in critical condition – after a Greyhound bus carrying 42 people was involved in a multi-vehicle crash in Texas early Sunday morning.

The fatality and the critically injured person were in a car involved in the crash, according to MedStar EMS’ Twitter account and NBCNews. That woman was pronounced dead at the scene.

The crash occurred around 5:30 a.m. on I-30 in Arlington.

The car carrying the critically-injured man and the woman who died crashed into a barrier and stalled before it was hit by the Greyhound, authorities said.

None of the injuries sustained by people on the bus were life threatening, Arlington police spokesperson Christopher Cook said.

The bus was headed to Amarillo from Dallas, NBC News reported.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.