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Topic - Greg Hastings
A tour bus careened through a guardrail along an icy Oregon highway and several hundred feet down a steep embankment Sunday, killing nine people and injuring more than 20 others, authorities said.
A tour bus careened through a guardrail along an icy Oregon highway and went several hundred feet down a steep embankment Sunday, killing nine people and injuring about 20 others, authorities said.
In addition to the people who were transferred from St. Anthony to La Grand and Hermiston, Ore., and Walla Walla, Wash., Hastings said.
Lt. Greg Hastings said the bus crashed along the west end of the Blue Mountains, and west of an area called Deadman Pass.