Authorities say up to 30 people were injured Tuesday when a commercial bus and a car collided in northwest Ohio.
According to ABC News, the crash happened around 10:35 pm near Bowling Green on Interstate 75.
Police say the car, a 1995 Toyota Camry, was rear-ended by a bus transporting employees of the Consolidated Biscuit Company.
Initial reports said that the passengers of the two vehicles were transported to local hospitals but did not sustain life threatening injuries.
One of the bus passengers, a 19-year-old man, was reportedly seriously injured and had to be transported from the crash site by a medical helicopter.
Two adults and three children — including two infants in car safety seats — in the Camry suffered minor injuries.
Following the crash, state police closed down the southbound lanes of I-75.
The Bowling Green crash wasn’t the only accident this week where involving a bus and a Toyota Camry.
On Wednesday one man was killed and three students were injured when a car drifted into oncoming traffic and collided with a school bus in northeast Texas.
The crash happened at around 7:30 am Wednesday about 45 miles east of Dallas when a green Toyota Camry drifted into the path of the oncoming bus, which was loaded with students on their way to classes for the day.
CBSDFW notes that of the 36 students who were on board the bus at the time of the accident, 3 kids were taken to the hospital.
They were treated for injuries like a broken nose and cuts.
The driver of the Camry, identified as 33-year-old Fernando Rios, died at the scene of the accident.
More on the Texas bus crash in the video below: