By Joe Holden

CLAYMONT, Pa. (CBS) — A tour bus catches fire forcing more than two dozen passengers on to the highway Sunday and the on-ramp to I-95 north just reopened to traffic.

It happened shortly after 3:30 p.m. in the Northbound lanes of the I-495 merge with 95 North.

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Thirty five people are back on their way after an unscheduled stop at the Delaware / Pennsylvania line because of this bus fire.

Officials say a driver flagged down the bus driver to alert him to a fire that was burning the bus’s rear engine compartment.

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Once aware of the fire the bus quickly pulled over and authorities closed the 495 northbound on-ramp for several hours.

Those who had to flee their smoke-filled bus were taken to the Pennsylvania Welcome Center in Boothwyn.

Thankfully, no one was reported injured following the incident.

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We’re still working on determining where this bus was coming from and it’s destination.