1 dead, 5 injured after bus overturns on NJ Turnpike
The deadly mishap occurred around 6:53 p.m. on the southward Turnpike not long before the Grover Cleveland Service Area,
when a multi level bus upset and ground to a halt on the on-ramp to the help region, New Jersey State Police Sgt.
Lawrence Peele told columnists Tuesday night.
During the crash, the transport hit a Ford F-150 pickup truck, Peele said. Nobody in the truck was harmed.
The transport in the mishap is a Megabus. The organization told ABC News New York station
WABC there were 19 travelers and a driver on board from New York to Philadelphia. It didn't give extra subtleties.
The on-ramp close to the accident is as yet closed down, N.J. State Police told ABC News.
The assistance region is situated in Woodbridge, around 22 miles beyond New York City.