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Hunter Durham: Stopping the bus on icy Muldraugh Hill

Hunter Durham writes:
Stewart Saniford, who drove the Greyhound Bus from Columbia to Louisville and back 5 days a week told me this story: The roads were covered with snow and ice and when he reached Muldraugh Hill headed to Louisville, it was blocked by police barricaid and he could not stop and went on down the hill slipping and sliding when a lady says "Mr. Bus Driver, let me off this bus!" He replied, "If I could stop this bus I would get off too." - Hunter Durham
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