Chiefs' team bus involved in accident in Wisconsin

By John Breech |

The Chiefs had a minor issue on the way to their hotel on Wednesday. (USATSI)
The Chiefs had a minor issue on the way to their hotel on Wednesday. (USATSI)

The Kansas City Chiefs flew to Wisconsin on Wednesday where one of the team's five busses was involved in an accident, according to the Fox affiliate in Milwaukee.

The bus, which had a police escort, was heading for the team hotel Appleton when a car ran into it at an intersection in Grand Chute, Wis. No one on the Chiefs' bus was hurt, however, one passenger from the other vehicle was taken to the hospital.

There were two adults and three children in the other car when it collided with the bus around 2:30 p.m. CT. Authorities said that the children weren't properly restrained when the accident happened and that one of the children was taken to the hospital with a minor head injury.

The Chiefs play their preseason finale at Lambeau Field on Thursday against Green Bay in a game that's scheduled to kick off at 7 p.m. ET.

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