Bus crashes into sign at Lake George gas station

July 28, 2018 07:36 PM

LAKE GEORGE, N.Y. - A scary incident unfolded Friday at a Lake George gas station.

A bus carrying several passengers with disabilities from the Bronx pulled into the Mobil on Route 9 near exit 21 and while the driver was filling up, the brakes failed and the bus began to roll, according to the Warren County Sheriff.

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The driver couldn't stop the bus and it rolled through the parking lot and hit the station's sign. 10 of the passengers were taken to Glens Falls Hospital, no one was seriously hurt.


Luke McGrath

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