A multi-vehicle crash near the Florida-Georgia line kills two people and injures more than a dozen others.
Florida State Patrol officials say a wrong-way driver created the crash, which involved a Greyhound bus and four other vehicles.
The wrong-way driver was killed, as was the driver of another vehicle. Troopers say it is not known at this time if alcohol was a contributing factor for the wrong-way driver. They said that all three other drivers consented to a voluntary blood draw at the scene.
Troopers said 13 passengers on the bus were taken to the hospital and treated for minor injuries.
Greyhound sent a replacement bus to take the passengers to Atlanta. FOX 5 will have a full story on the crash tonight at 6 p.m.
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