PHOTO: Game canceled after team bus catches on fire
Saturday's game between Miles College and Concordia-Selma was canceled after Concordia-Selma's bus caught fired and destroyed the team's equipment.
Already this season we've seen games canceled or delayed because of weather, and now we can add a bus fire to the list of causes.
Miles College was scheduled to play its home opener on Saturday against Concordia-Selma, but on the way to the game Concordia-Selma's bus caught fire and destroyed all the team's equipment. Luckily nobody was hurt in the fire.
So what remains of the bus?
Concordia fb team bus catches fire on way to Miles game. Contest ppd, players OK. Photo courtesy Jay Sowers. pic.twitter.com/JVdfTu1wip— Rick Karle (@RickKarle) September 21, 2013
Yeah, I don't think that's salvageable.
According to a release from Miles College the game will not be rescheduled, which is probably for the best. I think when a bus goes up in flames like that you should take it as some sort of sign.
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