Tour bus tipover – no biggy

In National Headlines, Northern Territory, Transport

Bus with 21 people on board tips in sand near Uluru

From the NT News, 8th May 2014

A TOUR bus carrying 21 people tipped near Uluru last night.

The bus, which is owned by The Rock Tour company, was travelling in sand and tipped onto its side.

A company spokesman, who refused to be named, said the incident happened at Curtin Springs, about 85km east of Yulara.

The spokesman said no one was injured.

“It was a minor incident and everyone on board was transferred to another bus and continued on their tour,” he said.

“We were very satisfied with the response.”

St John Ambulance said they were aware of the incident but had not been called to help.

Police are investigating.

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