Update: PA Turnpike westbound lanes reopen after bus crash

    The westbound lanes of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in the area around the Lebanon-Lancaster exit have reopened after a Greyhound bus flipped over, injuring as many as 25 passengers.

    According to the Pennsylvania Turnpike’s official website, the westbound lanes have been cleared and are back open to drivers.

    Earlier Saturday morning, a bus from New York City bound to St. Louis overturned around 6 a.m. at

    The accident forced crews to close both westbound lanes of the turnpike.

    WPVI-TV reports traffic was backed up for about three miles by the time vehicles were allowed to pass through on the shoulder at 8:30 a.m.

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