A bus carrying more than dozen inmates caught fire Friday on its way to a state prison in southern Dutchess County.
There were no serious injuries, but one inmate suffered head trauma from a fight that broke out at the scene, The Daily Freeman reported Saturday.
The fire happened before 8 p.m. along Route 9D just north of Interstate 84 and appeared to have been caused by a mechanical problem, state police said.
The state bus was carrying 27 inmates to the nearby Downstate Correctional Facility.
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Several police agencies responded to the scene and accounted for the inmates.