Investigators are examining a Greyhound bus that ran off an interstate and flipped over in southwest Ohio over the weekend.
The State Highway Patrol is getting help from the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Butler County Sheriff's office in trying to determine what happened in the early morning hours Saturday. At least 35 people were injured; six remained hospitalized Monday.
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Highway patrol Lt. Edward Mejia says the 64-year-old driver was injured, but Mejia didn't have an update on the extent of the injuries. He says the driver, Dwayne Garrett, of Cincinnati, gave a statement to investigators and voluntarily had blood drawn for testing.
Greyhound Lines Inc. has said the driver was rested and has 15 years of experience. It also says the bus had recently undergone an annual inspection.