Canada TransLink bus ends up in ditch after accident on Hwy. 99

08:21  13 november  2017
08:21  13 november  2017 Source:   Vancouver Sun

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A TransLink bus carrying passengers lost control on the highway and ended up in a ditch . There were no injuries from the incident, which occurred just after 3 p.m. on Sunday. A northbound 351 bus was on Hwy .

A TransLink bus carrying passengers lost control on the highway and ended up in a ditch . A northbound 351 bus was on Hwy . 99 in Surrey just past the exit for King George Boulevard when it went off the road, said TransLink spokesman Chris Evans.

A TransLink bus carrying passengers lost control on the highway and ended up in a ditch.

There were no injuries from the incident, which occurred just after 3 p.m. on Sunday.

The northbound 351 bus was on Hwy. 99 in Surrey just past the exit for King George Boulevard when it went off the road, said TransLink spokesman Chris Bryan.

“We believe a vehicle merged in front of the bus and both vehicles were forced off the road into a ditch,” he said.

A photo posted on social media showed the bus and a caravan in a ditch. It appeared to be raining at the time of the incident.

The passengers and bus driver were able to leave the bus, and were picked up by the next bus. No one in the bus or in the other vehicle was injured.

The bus was pulled back onto the road later in the afternoon by three tow trucks.

The 351 bus connects Crescent Beach in Surrey to Bridgeport Station in Richmond.

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