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Jan 4, 2013

No one injured as bus engine catches fire

A Morales bus drove into problems on one of the city’s highways early this morning. When the bus reached Gardenia Village in the Belize District, a fire occurred under the hood. The driver took a fire extinguisher that was located at the entrance of the vehicle, lifted the enclosure for the engine and quelled the flame. The bus was being inspected this morning by a Morales employee who says that the mechanic needs to change some wires, possibly the fan and the fan belt. The bus was carrying numerous passengers, but no one was injured.

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2 Responses for “No one injured as bus engine catches fire”

  1. Marie says:

    This bus always racing anyway-the engine overheated

  2. Storm says:

    A small incident, and no harm done. But it illustrates a problem we all know — GOB is lazy, lazy, lazy when it comes to inspecting buses. They wait until AFTER someone falls out or a bus catches fire to get off their chairs and do anything. What are they paid for?

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