SAN MATEO, California — A huge commuter bus which was carrying 45 passengers on it ran off and crashed on the U.S. Highway 101 in San Mateo. The crash took place Thursday in the morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The bus which was appeared to be owned by the biggest companies in the world, Google, crashed into a ditch on southbound Highway 101 just north of the Third Avenue. There were no injuries reported as the Redwood City CHP said.
According to the driver, there was a “mechanical issue’ which caused the bus to steer right. It led the bus to crash to the side of the highway, due to California Highway Patrol officer Shris Barshaini.
It crashed through 50-100 feet of the fence and into a pole just before 8 AM.
There was a blockage while emergency teams were working on the incident. They were trying to remove the bus off the road.
The slow flow of the vehicles was all cleared when emergency workers cleared up the Highway 101.
According to the California Highway Patrol, there was a possibility of the mechanical issues, which occurred with the bus. However, the incident is under an investigation by the officers.