GREYHOUND BUS CATCHES FIRE IN TUCSON, ARIZONA
By Rachel E. Montes posted in Greyhound Bus Accidents on Friday, November 12, 2010
A Greyhound bus traveling from Los Angeles to Dallas with 41 passengers caught fire in Tucson, Arizona near Interstate 10 and Tangerine Road. Investigators believe the fire was caused by a mechanical problem in the engine compartment. Northwest Fire says investigators believe the fire started in the engine compartment but have not stated the specific cause of the fire. However, once the fire started it spread very quickly because of flammable liquids and because of the abundance of combustible materials such as seats and carpet.
Some passengers were evaluated for smoke inhalation
Video of the fire shows how the bus quickly became consumed in a huge fireball.
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