A man has died after he was hit by a bus at Logan International Airport on Monday, according to Massachusetts State Police.
Police said the victim was hit by an arriving coach bus on the Terminal B Lower Roadway just before 5 p.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
Investigators say the vehicle is owned by Dartmouth Transportation Company of Concord, New Hampshire. NBC10 Boston has reached out to the company, who confirmed they were working with MassPort and state police, but declined initially to comment further. The company issued a statement to NBC10 Boston later Monday night.
"Our deepest sympathies are with everyone impacted by this evening's incident at Logan Airport. We're working in conjunction with the Massachusetts State Police and Massport to gather further information," the statement read.
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An investigation by Troop F of the Massachusetts State Police, the State Police Detective Unit for Suffolk County, and the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, Crime Scene Services Section, and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Sections is underway.
The roadway was closed in the area after the crash, but state police said shortly after 9 p.m. that traffic was being allowed through again.