Six people were killed and three others were injured in a crash involving an express car and a delivery truck Saturday morning in upstate New York, according to authorities.
New York State Police are investigating a collision between a bus and a Freightliner van on State Route 37 in Louisville, a small town near the U.S.-Canada border, at approximately 6 a.m. ET, according to a news release from New York State Police. There was a response.
State police said one person was in critical condition and two people on the highway bus were seriously injured. The victim was taken to several hospitals, the news release said.
It is unclear how many people were in the vehicle when the fatal crash occurred, or where they were going.
“The facts about the cause of this accident are unknown at this time,” Randolph P. Ryerson, a spokesman for Penske, the truck rental company involved, told CNN in a statement.
“We don’t yet have specific information about the rental vehicle involved or who was driving the rental vehicle at the time of the incident,” Ryerson added.
National Transportation Safety Board Announce It is launching a six-member team to conduct a safety investigation into the fatal collision.
Waddington Mayor Mike Zagrobelny thanked first responders from across the county for their assistance in a Facebook post Saturday.