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A 25-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly attacked a Greyhound bus driver causing it to crash 50 miles west ...
of Phoenix. (Jan. 23)
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SHOTLIST:KNXV - AP CLIENTS ONLY, MANDATORY COURTESY: ABC15.COM, EMBARGO PHOENIX MARKETTonopah, Arizona - January 23, 20141. Wide shot of bus accident scene2. Wide shot of bus accident scene3. SOUNDBITE (English) Dan Caudle, Harquahala Fire District Chief++SOUND IS PARTIALLY COVERED++"A gentleman had an emotional incident and grabbed control of the bus. The bus driver drove it across from the eastbound lanes almost into the westbound lanes.. Did a very good job of maintaining control of the bus. We had 23 patients as a result of the incident."4. Wide shot of ambulance at scene5. SOUNDBITE (English) Chrissy Sanchez, Passenger++SOUND IS PARTIALLY COVERED++"I woke up to just commotion and I remember hearing screaming and when I realized it was real I realized we were not on the road anymore I thought we were all gonna die."6. Wide shots of bus passengers at scene7. SOUNDBITE (English) Gregory Fort, Passenger++SOUND IS PARTIALLY COVERED++"started jumping on the bus driver and he said I'm gonna flip this bus, yeah, and everybody was trying to get him off"8. Wide shot of rescuers and passengers at scene.STORYLINE:A passenger on a Greyhound bus traveling through Arizona "went berserk" and attacked the driver early Thursday, causing the bus to swerve violently and go off the highway before other passengers subdued him, witnesses and authorities said.People were thrown from their seats after the California man, who reportedly was hallucinating, screamed "Everybody's going to die," grabbed the wheel and pummeled the driver. More than half of the roughly 40 passengers were hurt, including three who were airlifted to a Phoenix hospital.When the Dallas-bound bus finally stopped, the 25-year-old man and a female companion got off and ran into the desert, only to return about a half-hour later. Some passengers cursed and threw rocks at the man before paramedics stopped them. The bus was heading east from Los Angeles on Interstate 10 when then attack happened shortly before 2 a.m. near the community of Tonopah, about 50 miles west of Phoenix, authorities said. The speed limit in the area is 75 mph.The bus crossed the highway median but came to a stop before entering westbound traffic when other passengers restrained the man, the Arizona Department of Public Safety said. The bus remained upright, and none of the 24 people taken to hospitals had life-threatening injuries, the agency said. Three were airlifted to St. Joseph's Hospital in Phoenix, but a hospital spokeswoman said one of them has been released. Fifteen people were taken to West Valley Hospital locations in Goodyear and Buckeye. Officials say five of those 15 ended up being admitted.The driver "did a good job of maintaining control" before the bus came to a stop in the median, where there were numerous rocks and bushes, Caudle told the station.