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50 Injured after Southern California Tour Bus Overturned

Destiny Baker3 years ago

A Southern California bus transporting people to a casino overturned Thursday after crashing through a chain link fence. 50 people were injured.

Details on the Southern California Bus Accident

NBC Los Angeles reports the bus owned by Da Zhen Travel Agency was traveling to the San Manuel Indian Bingo and Casino when it crashed through a chain link fence along the Foothill Freeway in Southern California and overturned onto its side.

Investigators have not said what they suspect caused the crash as they are currently focusing on ensuring those injured get the necessary medical attention, but have assured the public that they will investigate thorough inspection into the buses mechanical components and into the driver.

Injuries Suffered by Those in the Accident

  • According to NBC Los Angeles, all those injured are reported to be between 60 and 80 years of age.
  • At least 8 people suffered severe injuries and 5 have been flown to area hospitals for treatment.
  • When emergency crews arrived on the scene, they began triage and set out red, yellow and green tarps to evaluate victim injuries.
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