EMERY COUNTY, Utah — More than 30 people were injured late Monday night in central Utah when a Greyhound bus traveling to Las Vegas lost control on I-70 and rolled over, according to authorities.
The bus was heading west on I-70 around 11:47 p.m. in a remote area of Emery County carrying around 37 passengers and a driver. Before overturning, the bus went off the right side of the road and traveled roughly 100 yards, according to the Utah Department of Public Safety.
Ambulances from Carbon, Emery, Wayne, Sevier, and Sanpete counties, as well as fire and search and rescue personnel, were called to the area. A total of 32 people were taken to local hospitals with injuries ranging from serious to minor, although none of them appeared to be life-threatening.
According to authorities, the Emery County Sheriff's Office established a church in Emery for the non-injured passengers to be taken to where they could rest and stay warm.
The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
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