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Wrong-way stolen car hits Greyhound bus in Indiana, killing 1
Wrong-way stolen car hits Greyhound bus in Indiana, killing 1

A wrong-way car and a Greyhound bus collided Sunday morning on a highway in eastern Indiana, killing the car’s driver and sending 20 people to hospitals, officials said. The crash happened about 7 a.m. Sunday on Interstate 70 near the Ohio border, about 70 miles east of Indianapolis. The Wayne County, Ind., Sheriff's Office said the car was a 1990 Ford Mustang that was going west in the eastbound lanes and had been reported stolen from a nearby truck stop just before the crash. The driver died at the scene and was identified as Phillip Lloyd of Richmond, Ind., the Sheriff’s Office said. The bus had a driver and 23 passengers on board, all of whom were sent to hospitals, a Greyhound...

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