A bus from the urban transport company Tomebamba lost control and travelled 30 meters on the sidewalk of the so-called “fast lane,” demolishing metal signaling structures, then rushed at least another 100 meters on a steep terrain, destroying fences of barbed wire, until finally crashing into a brick wall, affecting the structure of a workshop of a car washer and an adjoining dwelling in the area that is used as a kitchen. Then, the driver managed to get out of the battered cabin and remained onsite until the arrival of Rescuers from the Fire Department, who provided first aid to him…
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