Police: Bus crashes north of Boston, driver hurt
GEORGETOWN, Mass. Massachusetts state police say a bus carrying college students from Maine has crashed on a highway north of Boston.
Police says the bus driver has been seriously injured and is being taken by helicopter to a hospital. Injuries to other people are being evaluated.
Police say the bus was going southbound on Interstate 95 on Tuesday night when it crossed onto the northbound side and went into a wooded area near Georgetown, a town of about 8,000 residents.
According to CBS Station WBZ Boston, the bus that was involved in the incident was run by Cyr and Sons of Old Town, Maine.
A state police car that stopped at the scene has been struck by another car.
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