A Greyhound bus carrying 49 passengers and a semi-truck collided in New Mexico on Thursday, killing at least seven people and inflicting many others with serious injuries.
'Preliminary crash information indicates a semi-tractor-trailer traveling on I-40 [eastbound] had a tire blowout and crossed into oncoming [westbound] traffic, colliding with a Greyhound bus,' the New Mexico State Police Department said.
At least 43 people have been taken to area hospitals, he driver of the semi-truck sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the crash
Some of the people taken for medical treatment were in critical condition, ABC News reported.
A passenger bus and a semi-truck collided in McKinley County on Thursday, killing at least seven people and seriously injuring many others, the New Mexico State Police department said
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