A San Francisco-bound Greyhound bus from Los Angeles flipped over on Highway 101 in San Jose this morning at around 6:40 a.m., coming to rest on a concrete median strip.

The San Jose Fire Department tells CBS Los Angeles that two people were killed in the crash. The bus was reportedly carrying a driver and 19 passengers.

The Washington Post has it from California Highway Patrol that five people suffered moderate injuries while 13 were less severely injured.

A Greyhound spokesperson reported that bus 86558 was on schedule from LA to SF, with stops in San Jose and Oakland.

Before the bus flipped, it hit impact barrels on the freeway, and may have been changing lanes.

The morning commute, already held up by moderate to heavy rain, was further delayed in the vicinity, as the Associated Press reports.