Chadbourn-Klondyke Fire & Rescue personnel are shown carrying one of the injured from the charter bus to a waiting ambulance May 12, 2015. Several members of the Carolinas Mudcats organization were hospitalized for a time, but released, after the team’s bus wrecked on a Columbus County road. The bus was taking the squad from a victory in Salem, Va., to a planned three-game series in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the organization said. There were approximately 30 to 35 on board and eight or nine were taken to Columbus Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
Chadbourn-Klondyke Fire & Rescue personnel are shown carrying one of the injured from the charter bus to a waiting ambulance May 12, 2015. Several members of the Carolinas Mudcats organization were hospitalized for a time, but released, after the team’s bus wrecked on a Columbus County road. The bus was taking the squad from a victory in Salem, Va., to a planned three-game series in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the organization said. There were approximately 30 to 35 on board and eight or nine were taken to Columbus Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Les High The Whiteville News Reporter
Chadbourn-Klondyke Fire & Rescue personnel are shown carrying one of the injured from the charter bus to a waiting ambulance May 12, 2015. Several members of the Carolinas Mudcats organization were hospitalized for a time, but released, after the team’s bus wrecked on a Columbus County road. The bus was taking the squad from a victory in Salem, Va., to a planned three-game series in Myrtle Beach, S.C., the organization said. There were approximately 30 to 35 on board and eight or nine were taken to Columbus Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. Les High The Whiteville News Reporter

Carolina Mudcats on the road to recovery after harrowing bus crash

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