Two killed, dozens injured after charter bus rolls over on foggy interstate

The driver of the bus, that carried 57 passengers -- including children -- from Florida to New York, has been charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter.
1:55 | 03/19/19

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Transcript for Two killed, dozens injured after charter bus rolls over on foggy interstate
begin tonight with those new charges, after a deadly bus crash. A charter bus flipping over on the interstate. That bus driver has now been charged just a short time ago. The horrific images from the scene. Two dead, more than 50 injured, many of them children, rushed to the hospital. The bus flipping on a foggy I-95 exit ramp in Virginia. The bus landing off the road and on its side, many remain in the hospital at this hour. The passengers were traveling from Florida up to New York. And ABC's David Kerley leads us off. Reporter: Tonight, Florida Reporter: This bus on it's side, filled with horror early this morning, when in the fog. I have multiple injuries. Reporter: It careens off an I-95 exit ramp near Richmond. Children among the 57 onboard. Small girl with dislocated knee, several subjects bleeding. Reporter: Two people were killed. People stuck underneath the bus. Like I'm in the spin cycle in somebody's dryer. The bus is just flipping. Reporter: From a mass casualty event to a local disaster. We did think about some needs for a medevac, but due to the fog, we knew there was though way for them to deploy that unit. Reporter: Nearly everyone on the bus was taken to a local hospital. One survivor telling T local paper it was like a roller coaster when the bus, on a trip from Orlando to New York, rolled over several times at 5:30 in the morning. Police say the 40-year-old driver from Staten Island is tonight charged with two counts of involuntary manslaughter. Just want to get home. Just want to get home. Let's get to David Kerley, with us live tonight. He covers transportation for us. And David, the driver not only has been charged, butolice now say speed was, in fact, a factor? Reporter: Speed, and police say that that exit is prone to having accidents, David. And we have learned from federal officials that this bus company has a good safety record. This is its first major accident. David Kerley leading us off again tonight. Thank you, David.

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