24 injured, two seriously, when Greyhound bus from L.A. to Fresno crashes onto its side

A Greyhound bus traveling from L.A. to Fresno crashed into a fence and overturned onto its side in Visalia early Wednesday, leaving 24 people injur...

August 5, 2022
7:12 AM

A Greyhound bus traveling from L.A. to Fresno crashed into a fence and overturned onto its side in Visalia early Wednesday, leaving 24 people injured, authorities said. Above, the downtown Los Angeles Greyhound station. (Stefanie Dazio / Associated Press) A Greyhound bus crashed into a fence and overturned onto its side early Wednesday in Visalia, injuring two dozen people, the California Highway Patrol said. The incident was reported 3:15 a.m. on the northbound Highway 99 near Avenue 264. The Greyhound, which was carrying 34 people including the 45-year-old driver, drifted onto the right shoulder before it crashed into a fence along the roadway, the CHP said.

Christian Martinez