Tour bus headed to the Masters golf tournament flips on Georgia highway
- Author: Ryan Wade Apr 08, 2018,
Apr 08, 2018, 1:31
Steven F Hoppenbrouwer, 61, was taking a group of 18 people to the Masters Tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club when the bus flipped over on I-20 in Columbia County around 8:45am. A tour bus headed to the Masters golf tournament overturned on a Georgia interstate on Thursday, causing injuries including broken bones for 15 people.
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Police say Hoppenbrouwer ran the side of the trail and over corrected until the bus overturned to the median. Sixty-one-year-old Steven Hoppenbrouwer is also charged with failure to maintain lane. Seven people, all adults, were admitted to Augusta University Hospital, five in serious condition and two in fair condition, said a hospital spokesperson. There were 18 passengers on the bus according to the statement.
The driver of the bus has been charged with DUI, among other charges.
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Plowman said the bus careened off the road and spun around one and a half times before skidding on its side a good distance. Time to lock this alchy bus driver up for life.
The Georgia Department of Transportation reports that eastbound drivers should seek alternate routes. The company is based out of Suwanee, according to its website. The hospital said six passengers had been treated and released.
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The Georgia State Patrol said passengers in the bus told troopers at the scene that Hoppenbrouwer had caused the vehicle to swerve twice during the trip before the accident eventually happened. It was not immediately known if he had an attorney.