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Emergency personnel attend to injured passengers after a (Credit: AP )

Emergency personnel attend to injured passengers after a bus accident at Miami International Airport in Miami. Officials say a bus hit an overpass, killing at least one person and injuring more than two dozen people on board. (Dec. 1, 2012)

Miami bus crash

A bus hit a concrete overpass at Miami International Airport. The vehicle was too tall for the 8-foot-6-inch entrance to the arrivals area, and buses are supposed to go through the departures area, which has a higher ceiling.

Law enforcement officers stand next to a bus
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Law enforcement officers stand next to a bus after it hit a concrete overpass at Miami International Airport in Miami. The vehicle was too tall for the 8-foot-6-inch entrance to the arrivals area, and buses are supposed to go through the departures area, which has a higher ceiling, according to an airport spokesperson. (Dec. 1, 2012)

A bus is lodged into an overpass at
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A bus is lodged into an overpass at the Miami International Airport. The vehicle was carrying more than 30 people when it crashed into the structure. Authorities say buses typically are routed through the departures area, which has a higher clearance. (Dec. 1, 2012)

An airport worker walks past a bus that
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An airport worker walks past a bus that hit a concrete overpass at Miami International Airport in Miami. (Dec. 1, 2012)

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Airport workers secure a sign after a bus
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Airport workers secure a sign after a bus hit a concrete overpass at Miami International Airport in Miami. The vehicle was too tall for the 8-foot-6-inch entrance to the arrivals area, and buses are supposed to go through the departures area, which has a higher ceiling, according to an airport spokesperson. (Dec. 1, 2012)

Workers and law enforcement officers prepare to remove
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Workers and law enforcement officers prepare to remove a bus after it hit a concrete overpass at Miami International Airport in Miami. The vehicle was too tall for the 8-foot-6-inch entrance to the arrivals area, and buses are supposed to go through the departures area, which has a higher ceiling, according to an airport spokesperson. (Dec. 1, 2012)

The front section of a bus that hit
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The front section of a bus that hit a concrete overpass at Miami International Airport is shown in Miami. (Dec. 1, 2012)

Law enforcement officers watch as a bus that
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Law enforcement officers watch as a bus that hit a concrete overpass at Miami International Airport is hauled away in Miami. (Dec. 1, 2012)

Emergency personnel attend to injured passengers after a
(Credit: AP)

Emergency personnel attend to injured passengers after a bus accident at Miami International Airport in Miami. Officials say a bus hit an overpass injuring more than two-dozen people on board. (Dec. 1, 2012)

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Emergency personnel attend to injured passengers after a
(Credit: AP )

Emergency personnel attend to injured passengers after a bus accident at Miami International Airport in Miami. Officials say a bus hit an overpass, killing at least one person and injuring more than two dozen people on board. (Dec. 1, 2012)

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