Women freed in PA Turnpike bus crash, 25 injured

    WPVI-TV reports a women has been freed this morning after a bus flipped over on the westbound side of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, near the Lebanon-Lancaster exit.

    According to the report, the women was trapped after the bus overturned on the interstate.

    The accident happened around 6:00 a.m.. at milepost 267, which is one mile east of the Lebanon-Lancaster exit.

    A turnpike spokesman tells WPVI-TV that between 20-25 people were injured.  Early reports this morning suggested the number of injuries reached as high as 29.

    According to WPVI-TV, the bus originated in New York City and was bound for Pittsburgh and St. Louis after stoping in Philadelphia.

    As of 9:30 a.m., the westbound lanes of the turnpike in the area of the accident were still closed.

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