New Information: Man Involved in Greyhound Accident Intoxicated - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

New Information: Man Involved in Greyhound Accident Intoxicated

WSFA 12 News has new information on a deadly accident in Montgomery between an SUV and a Greyhound bus in July- that killed a Hope Hull man.

45-year-old Joseph Rudder was driving northbound on the southbound side Interstate 65 about 2 o'clock in the morning on July 27th.

Rudder's Chevy SUV hit a Greyhound bus head on, killing Rudder and injuring about 50 people onboard the bus.

Now, a state accident report says Rudder was intoxicated during that collision.

Reporter: Chris Holmes

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