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Overturned Greyhound

A Greyhound bus got stuck on Holly Street in Kelso after attempting to make a hairpin turn, according to police.

Kelso police Wednesday night were called to the 1300 block of Holly Street, a narrow street in the Three Rivers Mall area that is posted for no truck traffic, after a Greyhound bus overtuned in the street, according to the Kelso Police Department.

The Greyhound apparently rolled over after the driver attempted to navigate a hairpin curve in the road, police said.

When officers arrived shortly before 8 p.m., the front passenger side of the vehicle was about 3 feet off the ground and one of the rear tires on the driver’s side had caught fire.

Overturned Greyhound

A Greyhound bus got stuck on Holly Street in Kelso after attempting to make a hairpin turn, according to police.

Officers extinguished the fire and told passengers to wait at a nearby Burger King. There were no injuries reported.

Although Carl’s Towing helped get the bus turned back over and on the road, it had extensive body damage including a shattered window, according to police. Landscaping at a nearby home was also damaged.

Cowlitz 2 Fire & Rescue also responded to the scene.

The driver was issued a ticket for violating road restrictions, according to police.

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