SEYMOUR, Ind. (STMW) — Weather conditions may have played a role in a Saturday morning crash involving a Megabus that departed from Chicago and crashed in Seymour, Indiana, which is about 250 miles southwest of Chicago.

The crash happened about 5:30 a.m. on Interstate 65, said Sean Hughes, of Megabus.

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“Megabus can confirm that one of our vehicles traveling from Chicago to Atlanta was involved in an incident on the I-65 near Seymour, Indiana,” Hughes said.

The Megabus was traveling south on I-65 when it slid off the road into the media and fell over on the driver’s side, Indiana State Police said. About 70 passengers and two drivers were on the bus.

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Several passengers were injured and some were taken to Schneck Medical Center in Seymour, police said. One person was taken to Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis.

Police said weather likely played a role in the crash.

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