Two people were killed and eight others injured in a Greyhound bus crash in San Jose, California Tuesday morning, according to a Greyhound spokeswoman.
The San Jose Fire Department said five of those wounded suffered life-threatening injuries and were taken to local trauma centers.
No other vehicles were involved and the cause of the crash was not known, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The bus left Los Angeles at 11:30 p.m. PST on Monday before crashing in San Jose seven hours later, en route to San Francisco, a rep for Greyhound told ABC News. The bus overturned and landed on a barrier.
A Greyhound rep says dash camera footage will be turned over to local authorities if requested.
Greyhound asks friends and family looking to get in contact with passengers on the bus to call: 1-800-972-4583.