Wrong Way Driver in Stolen Ford Mustang Dies After Hitting Greyhound Bus on I-70, Richmond, Indiana

One person was killed, and 19 people aboard a Greyhound bus bound for New York were injured in Indiana Sunday after the bus collided with a car traveling the wrong way on Interstate 70 near the Indiana-Ohio border.

Richmond firefighter/paramedics responded about 7:00 a.m Sunday to a crash involving a 1999 Ford Mustang and a Greyhound bus on Interstate 70 near Richmond, Indiana. The Ford Mustang was headed the wrong way on Interstate 70 near Richmond in Wayne County, Indiana.

The car was stolen from Love’s truck stop and was headed westbound in an eastbound lane when it collided with the Greyhound bus, which was headed east to its destination in Dayton, Ohio on a route from St. Louis to New York City. The Ford Mustang was totally destroyed and flattened in the crash. The driver of the Mustang was killed and at least 19 people on the bus were injured.

The driver of the Mustang was identified as Phillip Lloyd.

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