A double-decker bus and a passenger train collided in Ottawa this morning, killing six people and injuring at least 30 others, authorities said. The dead include the bus driver, and all of the dead and injured had been on the bus, authorities said at a news conference. A third of the injured were in critical condition, said Anthony Di Monte, chief of the Ottawa Paramedic Service. First responders found "bodies and debris pretty much everywhere at the impact site," Ottawa Fire Service's Marc Messier confirmed. He added, "It's definitely a serious scene. Our top priority is getting anyone with serious injuries to the hos-pital and getting them into proper care." The crash happened at 8:48 a.m., when a Via Rail train hit an Ottawa Carlton Transit city bus at Woodroffe Avenue and Fallowfield Road.