ROSEVILLE, Minn. (AP) -- Authorities say one person was hurt in a fiery crash involving four vehicles on a Twin Cities interstate.
The crash on Interstate 35 brought morning traffic to a halt during a rainy commute.
The Minnesota State Patrol says a southbound semi driver lost control of the rig, went over the guard rail and into the northbound lanes.
A Metro Mobility bus, a box truck and pickup truck struck the semi, which started on fire.
The driver of the bus was trapped inside. A passer-by with a towing strap pulled the small bus away from the burning semi. The bus driver suffered minor injuries. There were no passengers.