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Topic - Derrick Bivins
The driver of a Greyhound bus bound for St. Louis lost control on the Pennsylvania Turnpike early Saturday, sending the bus careering across the highway and up an embankment before it landed on its side on the interstate, briefly trapping a woman and sending 14 people to hospitals, authorities said.
Bivins, 46, said he had only had brief telephone conversations with his son after the crash about what happened, and that Farmer had suffered a head laceration and cut on his arm.
His son had no other health problems, he added.