In Other News, Two Broncos’ Buses Just Collided With Their Police Escort
So it looks like the drivers of the Denver Broncos buses aren't from around here. Traffic can get sticky on Highway 101 in the south Peninsula area -- stop and go, to crawly, to wide open in a space of a quarter-of-a-mile. And if you're not paying total attention, this can happen.
The Broncos were headed back to their hotel from practice at Stanford University just before 2 p.m. PST, when said slow traffic appeared just as they approached state Highway 237. Two of the buses collided, and a California Highway Patrol escort motorcycle also went down in the mayhem. CHP Officer Daniel Hill:
"It was not immediately clear if [the officer] was injured, but he was taken to a hospital as a precaution."
Apparently no one on the buses were injured. Redwood City Patch:
One of the buses sustained front-end damage, including a shattered windshield, and could not be driven away.
The Broncos boarded a different bus and left the area, Hill said. The team was all back at their hotel as of about 2:20 p.m., according to team spokesman Patrick Smyth.
— D-Ware (@DeMarcusWare) February 1, 2016
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