Police have charged a driver in connection with a fiery crash on Friday that injured two officers.

Tracey Louise Smith, of Wellfleet, is facing charges of speeding greater than reasonable under the road and weather conditions, operating to endanger and failing to stay within marked travel lanes, according to Yarmouth Police. 

Police say she lost control of her truck and struck a bus in the oncoming lane. 

The two officers, Christopher Van Ness and Melissa Alden, suffered smoke inhalation injuries, police said. Both officers were taken to a hospital, treated and later released. 

At around 10 a.m., during heavy rain, firefighters responded to a head on crash involving a pickup truck and a Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority bus on Willow Street near the Ansel Hallet Road intersection, according to police. 

Van Ness got to the scene of the crash within 30 seconds and quickly spotted the bus burst into flames as he was speaking to Smith. who was driving the pickup truck, according to police. The officer tried to douse the flames with his fire extinguisher but the flames were too intense, police said. 

Firefighters arrived and knocked the fire down, police said. 

Police said Smith was taken to Cape Cod Hospital after complaining of knee pain.

The driver of the bus, a 54-year-old South Dennis man, and his passenger were not injured, police said. 

Authorities diverted traffic from the scene for 90 minutes. Both vehicles sustained heavy damage and were towed from the scene, police said. 

Police are investigating the crash. 

The police department, in a statement, publicly thanked an unidentified person who helped Van Ness but left the scene. 

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