RICHMOND, Ind. (July 13, 2014) A car that collided early Sunday with a Greyhound bus on an Indiana interstate, killing the stolen vehicle’s driver and injuring nearly 20 aboard the bus, was traveling the wrong way, authorities say.
Wayne County Sheriff Jeff Cappa says Phillip Lloyd, who was driving the stolen Ford Mustang, died in the crash on Interstate 70 near Richmond, Ind.
Lloyd was from Richmond, which is near the Ohio border.
Cappa says 19 people on the bus were injured.
Most of them were treated for scrapes, cuts and bruises at a Richmond hospital, but a dispatcher says the bus driver was airlifted to an Indianapolis hospital.
A Greyhound spokeswoman says the bus was carrying 23 passengers and the driver from St. Louis to Dayton, Ohio, and ultimately to New York City.
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