One individual was killed and almost two dozen others were harmed when a multi-level bus crashed Tuesday on the New Jersey Turnpike close to New York City, specialists said.

The crash with a pickup occurred around 6:35 p.m. close to Woodbridge Township only west of Staten Island at the Thomas Edison Service Area Entrance, the New Jersey State Police said.

The transport's driver was among five who had serious wounds, NBC New York announced.The specific number of individuals who were hospitalized and their circumstances were not accessible 

late Tuesday, but rather specialists said upwards of 20 might have been harmed. A Ford F-150 pickup was engaged in the accident, however,

The transport and truck vehicles were impacted, however, the specific reason for the accident stayed being scrutinized Tuesday night.

NBC New York detailed the multi-level bus was going from New York to Philadelphia. Begin the discussion Megabus told Fox News Digital 

that there were 19 travelers and a driver installed the transport, which was making a trip from New York to Philadelphia. Five individuals on the transport were genuinely 

harmed, including the driver.   says that they were taken to the local medical clinic and are right now getting therapy.

We have faculty made a beeline for the area to evaluate what is going on," a representative for the organization said.

The accident occurred at the Thomas Edison Service Area on-ramp in Woodbridge Township, which is around 25 miles south of New York City.