Multiple first-responders, including Monticello Fire, Centra Care Ambulance and the Minnesota State Patrol are on the scene of a vehicular accident near the Minnesota Department of Transportation test site on Interstate 94 in Albertville.
UPDATE: A spokesperson of the United States Air Force Reserve Command said the rental bus was being used to transport men and women from Minneapolis to a training center in Fargo.
According to FOX 9 six of the 13 passengers were reported as injured. Their conditions are unknown at this time and a board of officers will investigate the crash.
According to the State Patrol, a medical helicopter was requested to the scene and one patient airlifted from the scene, but was conscious.
A MnDOT traffic camera shows a blue school-style bus on its side and people being rescued from the vehicle. Another semi and trailer has left the roadway is in the ditch on the westbound side of Interstate 94.
Several people, according to video obtained via WCCO, have been treated for injuries. An ambulance is still on scene.
Traffic is being allowed westbound via the shoulder on Interstate 94, but is moving very slowly at this time. Back-ups are all the way to Rogers, where there has been another fender bender due to the traffic caused by this injury accident.
More on this develops when information is released by the State Patrol.
— Dr. Anthony G. Jay (@anthonygjay) September 7, 2017