Interstate 65 in Hart County blocked by multi-vehicle crash

Interstate 65 in Hart County blocked by multi-vehicle crash

Greyhound brought in another bus to take passengers to Nashville.

After the Volvo semi-truck hit the KTC safety patrol vehicle, it continued its path of travel and struck a stationary Ford F-150 service truck, that was parked in front of the safety patrol vehicle, according to the press release.

The crash was reported around 8:40 a.m. near Bonnieville, Kentucky.

The chain-reaction crash involved a passenger Greyhound bus, four trucks and a few cars. Kentucky State Police said Tuesday night that Kenith Miller from Tampa, Florida, was driving a semi-truck and trailer when he hit a KYTC safety patrol truck, which was parked in the right emergency lane.

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KSP said the snow- and ice-covered road did play a factor in the crashes. Seven were transported by ground to be treated for minor injuries.

Seven people were hurt after a Greyhound bus bound for Nashville was involved in a crash with multiple commercial vehicles on southbound Interstate 65. The southbound lanes of I-65 were closed several hours while the wreck was investigated.

Southbound traffic was being redirected onto US 31W at the 71-mile marker and back onto I-65 at the 65-mile marker.

Drivers are encouraged to slow their speeds and use caution when approaching this area due to heavy traffic congestion and slick roadway conditions.

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