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Bus accident blamed on tire leak, driver cleared

New York state police held a press conference yesterday to announce the findings of an investigation into last summer's fatal Greyhound bus crash on the Adirondack Northway. The crash left five people dead, including the driver. Dozens more were injured. Civil litigation filed by surviving passengers has accused the driver of talking on a cell phone or falling asleep before the bus careened out of control. But as Chris Knight reports, the police investigation faulted a tiny tire puncture.  Go to full article

Bus crash probe focuses on tire blow-out

State police have identified three of the five victims killed in a bush crash Monday night on the Northway. Greyhound driver Ronald Burgess, age 52, of Central Islip New York was found dead in the wreckage. Also killed were passengers Antonide Dorce, from Hempstead, New York, and 16-year-old Tambadou Souleymane from Montreal. Two other Canadians were declared dead at the scene. Their identities are being withheld while authorities notify next of kin. Brian Mann was in Plattsburgh yesterday for a press conference at state police headquarters. The investigation is focusing on an apparent blowout in a front tire.  Go to full article

Northway bus crash kills 5, injures dozens

A stretch of the Adirondack Northway, between Keene Valley and Elizabethtown, was closed this morning after last night's Greyhound bus crash that killed five people, including the driver, and left nearly three dozen others injured. Todd Moe spoke with Brian Mann about the crash. Greyhound info line: 800-972-4583  Go to full article

Greyhound Cuts North Country Service

Greyhound Bus Lines will cut its service from Syracuse to North Country communities this winter. Beginning February 23, buses will no longer run to Watertown, Gouverneur, Canton, Potsdam, and Massena, including stops at Clarkson University and SUNY Potsdam. Martha Foley reports.  Go to full article

Greyhound Retiree Remembers the Buses

Greyhound's decision took many by surprise. Betty Knight was waiting for the bus in Canton yesterday. Knight worked at the Greyhound office for 20 years when it was at the St. Lawrence Inn. She spoke with David Sommerstein.  Go to full article

All Before Five: 11/30/05

Greyhound cancels its service to the North Country. Akwesasne Mohawks sue GM and Alcoa over toxic chemicals dumped in the St Lawrence decades ago. And a post-bomb audio diary from Iraq.  Go to full article

Heard up North: The End of Greyhound

Betty Knight worked at the Greyhound Bus Lines office in Canton for 20 years. Greyhound has announced it will discontinue service from Syracuse to the North Country on February 23rd.  Go to full article

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