Bus Carrying College of Alabama Fraternity Members Bursts Into Flames in Mississippi — Watch

Bus Carrying University of Alabama Fraternity Members Bursts Into Flames in Mississippi — Watch

College students from the College of Alabama had been lucky to flee a firey incident aborad a constitution bus over the weekend.

On Sunday, college students from the college had been left stranded when the constitution bus they had been touring on caught on hearth on a Mississippi roadway.

Video of the fireplace was shared on Twitter by Edward Hełms, a member of the college’s chapter of the Sigma Chi fraternity.

“Simply your common Sunday,” he captioned the footage.

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The Fraternity members, who had been on their return journey again from their fraternity formal in New Orleans, had been on board the bus with their dates, touring by means of Mississippi on the way in which again to the Alabama campus, WSFA Information 12 reported. 

Fireplace officers responded to a name of a constitution bus on hearth round 2 p.m. First responders informed the outlet, the bus was driving on Interstate 59 close to the city of Hattiesburg, when it ran over one thing on the street and shortly caught on hearth, in keeping with ABC 3340.

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After the fireplace broke out, the motive force pulled over to the facet of the street. Helms’ video confirmed that college students had been capable of efficiently get off the bus and had been additionally capable of retrieve a few of their belongings earlier than the fireplace — which originated behind the bus — unfold all through the whole car.

Helms later confirmed photographs of the skeletal body of the incarcerated bus after firefighters had put out the flames.

Nobody was harm, ABC 3340 reported.