The Denver Broncos team bus was involved in an early morning accident that saw one of their team buses clip a CHP escort on their way to Levi Stadium.
You’ll be glad to know that no one involved was injured or seriously hurt but it looks like the Denver Broncos had their first scare in the Bay Area, this time off the field. According to Bay Area’s Kron 4 news, it looks like one of the Denver Broncos team buses was involved in a minor collision with a motorcycle cop.
According to witnesses at the scene, a parade of buses carrying the Denver Broncos was 10 minutes away from the stadium being led by police escort. A driver on the 101-freeway, seeing the reds and blues of police behind him, promptly stopped his car on the freeway without pulling over. The first bus in the caravan stopped to avoid hitting the stopped car while the second bus swerved to avoid hitting the first bus. In doing so, the second bus clipped a CHP escort, knocking the bike and officer over. Check out some of the photos floating around social media that show the extent of the accident.
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Shortly after, before medics could arrive, it looks like a team of trainers ran out of one of the buses to check the officer out. Not a single scratch or bruise could be found.
It was an honest mistake by the car that stopped and it looks like nothing came of this minor accident.
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The best thing to do if you see a police escort behind you that isn’t speeding is to safely continue on your course. If they’re approaching behind you, it would behoove you to change lanes if you can to let them safely by. At no time should you stop on a busy highway or attempt to pull over during non-emergencies.