Two people were injured after a vehicle struck a Red Rose Transit Authority bus head on just south of Lancaster city on Willow Street Pike Friday morning.
The crash happened just after 8 a.m. near Highland Avenue in West Lampeter Township and involved a Red Rose Transit bus and two cars, according to township police.
Dispatches called for medics for two trauma patients.
Police reported that the bus driver and the driver of one of the cars were taken to a hospital for treatment, but did not immediately release any information on their names or severity of their injuries.
Photos from the crash show extensive damage to the front of the driver's side of the bus.
A Pennsylvania State Police trooper happened upon the crash and began to render aid to the passengers, according to police. There were three passengers on the bus.
Accident reported south of Lancaster City in vicinity of Willow St Pike & Highland Ave involving a Red Rose Transit Bus and 2 passenger cars. Use caution in the area.— Commissioner Josh Parsons (@CommissionerJP) July 13, 2018
The bus was traveling north toward Lancaster city when a southbound vehicle crossed the center, yellow dividing line and hit it head on, police said.
The vehicle spun to face northbound and was hit by a southbound vehicle, police said.
Emergency personnel responded to assist with traffic. Tractor trailers were being detoured off Willow Street Pike/Route 272 at Darrenkamps, according to dispatch reports.
The crash is still under investigation. Police ask anyone with information or who witnessed the crash to call 717-464-2421.