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Greyhound Bus Mishap in Georgia Leaves Over a Dozen Injured, Authorities Report

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A recent incident involving a Greyhound bus in Georgia has left more than a dozen people with injuries after the bus flipped on its side. According to local authorities, the accident occurred on GA highway 401, near mile marker 182 South along I-75, in the city of Forsyth during the mid-afternoon hours on a Saturday. The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was quick to respond and reported that 13 individuals were taken for medical treatment, while the remaining passengers were safely transported in a school bus to another location.

The Greyhound bus, carrying around 30 passengers, was the only vehicle involved in this unfortunate “single vehicle auto accident,” as described by Monroe County Emergency Services. Thankfully, the injuries reported are deemed non-life-threatening at this time. The initial investigation indicates a potential tire blowout as the cause of the accident, but deputies are continuing to examine the scene to gather more details.

We hope for a swift recovery for all those affected by this incident and commend the timely response of the local authorities and emergency services. Stay tuned for further updates as the investigation progresses.

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