Greyhound Bus Crash Leaves At Least 12 Injured

At least a dozen people were injured early Saturday morning, when a Greyhound Bus and a pickup truck crashed near Lucas Oil Stadium in Downtown Indianapolis.

Police said all victims are expected to survive.

The crash happened around 4 a.m., near the intersection of South Missouri and West McCarty streets.

Police said 12 to 14 people had injuries that required medical attention, but did not say what caused the crash or who was at fault.

The investigation is ongoing.

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