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Hospital officials give update on patients from commuter bus crash on I-95 near Cecil County

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Posted at 10:02 AM, May 15, 2017
and last updated 2017-05-15 17:18:02-04

The University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health will give an update on patients from the commuter bus crash on I-95. 

Thirty people were taken to the hospital for treatment after a commuter bus overturned on I-95 just south of Cecil County Monday morning.

See the update:

Maryland State Police said 26 children, three chaperones and one driver were aboard the bus. No fatalities have been reported. 

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One adult and one child were flown by Maryland State Police and Delaware State Police for treatment. The adult patient was taken to Shock Trauma, according to University of Maryland officials. The child was transported to Nemours duPont Hospital in Delaware.

Twenty-five kids and three adults were taken to Upper Chesapeake, Harford Memorial and Christiana Care in Delaware for treatment.

The Maryland Transportation Authority said all lanes on northbound I-95 before Exit 89/MD 155 and Tydings Bridge have reopened after the crash. All southbound lanes are blocked, and are expected to remain closed for at least three hours for investigation and cleanup.

Motorists should use Use Rt. 40 or Rt. 1 as an alternate, or detour to Exit 100/MD 272. 

The cause of the crash is still unknown.