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5 killed, at least 20 injured in Oregon bus crash

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Rescue personnel reply to the scene of a charter bus crash on I-84, eastern of Pendleton, Ore. in this image released on Dec. 30. Police said the bus might have gone out of control on the highway prior to crashing through a guardrail and down an embankment. LA GRANDE, Ore. — Nine people were eliminated and a minimum of 20 others hospitalized on Sunday after a tour bus drifted out of control on an icy stretch of freeway in eastern Oregon and rolled virtually 200 feet down an embankment, state police said. State police stated that the driver obviously blew up of the charter bus around 10:30 a.m. on the snow – and ice-covered lanes of Interstate 84 and crashed through a guardrail prior to plunging down an embankment. The Oregonian newspaper stated that the bus tumbled virtually 200 feet prior to coming to a stop.

5 killed, at least 20 injured in Oregon bus crash

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Five people were killed and at least 20 others hospitalized on Sunday after a tour bus veered out of control on an icy stretch of freeway in eastern Oregon and rolled nearly 200 feet down an embankment, according to published reports.

~ by vandal3di3go on February 7, 2013.

 
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