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Crash Involving 18-Wheeler, Party Bus on I-10 in Louisiana Sends 20 to Hospital


At least 20 people were injured Sunday morning in a collision along I-10 in Louisiana that involved an 18-wheeler, a party bus, and a third unidentified vehicle.

The accident occurred sometime after 2:00 a.m. on January 7th, along a stretch of I-10 between Gross Tete and Port Allen, Louisiana.

20 People Transferred to 3 Baton Rouge Hospitals

Twenty people were taken to three hospitals in the Baton Rouge area. Their condition is not known and it is not clear if any remain hospitalized.

Eastbound lanes of I-10 at mile marker 145.5 (before LA 415) were closed until roughly 4:30 a.m. on Sunday.

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) is investigating the accident.  It’s not yet clear what caused the crash.

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