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A bus crash in Maryland on I-95 has left 1 dead and 23 injured

From Joppa Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company

First responders at the scene of the May 5 crash in Harford County.


Maryland State Police are investigating a fatal bus crash on Interstate 95 Sunday morning that left one person dead and 23 injured.

A preliminary investigation revealed the bus lost control for unknown reasons and struck a guardrail just after 6 a.m. on I-95 in Harford County, state police said in a news release. No other vehicles were involved.

Police said the bus was carrying 24 people and was traveling northbound when it crashed.

One passenger was pronounced dead at the scene and 23 others, including the driver, were transported to a local hospital, state police told CNN.

Police, police and deputies responded to the crash.

The Maryland State Police Crash Team is leading the investigation into the cause, the news release said, and “all northbound lanes of I-95 at mile marker 77 are currently closed for the ongoing investigation.”

No charges had been filed as of Sunday afternoon.

Harford County is located about 35 miles north of Baltimore.