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BALTIMORE (AP) — Federal investigators have arrived in Baltimore to probe a crash involving a school bus and a commuter bus that killed six people and injured 10.

 

 

National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Keith Holloway said investigators with the highway team have begun examining the vehicles involved and documenting the scene.

 

Police say a school bus rear-ended a car, struck a roadside pillar and then veered into the oncoming Maryland Transit Administration bus, destroying much of the driver's side.

 

Officials say the school bus driver and five people on the MTA bus were killed. No children were on the school bus at the time.

 

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