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Greyhound Bus Infested with Roaches

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A Greyhound headed for New York City was evacuated after a roaches began falling from the ceiling, NBC News reports.

| March 21, 2013

NEW YORK CITY - Here's a real travel nightmare: a Greyhound bus on its way to New York City pulled off the road and evacuated in mid-March after a roach infestation was discovered during the ride, NBC News reports

According to NBC, roaches began falling from the ceiling of the bus, then skittered across the floor, terrorizing passengers. "All of a sudden the roaches came out of nowhere, they were on the floor, they were falling from the ceiling," passenger Andy Rodriguez 

The roaches began their brief reign of terror only about 15 minutes after the bus left Atlantic City, NBC said.

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