Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Freezing Pasengers On Broke Down Greyhound Bus Call 911



Freezong passengers on a broken down Greyhound bus frantically dialed 911. The bus broke down about 34 miles from the Greyhound terminal in Evansville, Indiana.  Passengers were scared out of their wits and cops weren’t too happy because the vehhicle broke down on busy US 41.
Passengers and local authorities feared the vehicle would get hit.
The temperature hovered around 20 degrees, and the passengers were cold, tired, and scared out of their wits as traffic roared  by.
Listening to local police calls, the frustration of local cops  was apparent. The bus broke down  in the middle of the road.
Local news reports describe the freezing conditions:
The passengers were left stranded for more than six hours. Many of them hadn’t eaten since early Tuesday morning. They say they were forced to huddle up on the bus and try to stay warm while they waited for help.