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29 Injured By Greyhound Bus Crash In North Carolina

 Wednesday, August 26, 2015

 NBC New York

At least 29 people were hurt when a Greyhound bus headed to New York City from Atlanta crashed in North Carolina, officials say. Bus No. 1082 crashed on Interstate 85 in Thomasville, a small town in a rural stretch between Charlotte and Greensboro, at about 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, a spokeswoman for the bus carrier said. The North Carolina Highway Patrol said that the bus ran off the road after it hit a large piece of metal in the roadway. The vehicle, which had blown a tire, started skimming trees on the side of the highway before coming to a stop.

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