Investigation into Boston bus crash continues

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February 3, 2013, 1:02 pm
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(NECN: Scot Yount, Boston) - A bus carrying 42 people crashed into an overpass on Soldier's Field Road Saturday night after the drive ignored low bridge warning signs.

The crash sent dozens of high schoolers and their chaperones to local hospitals.  Three were hurt seriously, and one suffered life threatening injuries.

The bus had just left Harvard University and was heading back to Philadelphia. 

The Calvary Coach was carrying kids from the Philadelphia area who were on a Destined for a Dream Foundation tour, which is in part owned by Curtis Hill.  He told us that his company uses various bus companies but this is the first time they have contracted Calvary Coach Bus Company.

At this point a number of victims have been released from local hospitals.

Tags: Boston, Philadelphia, crash, bus, Scot Yount
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