Feb 2, 2011 7:01 PM by Sharon Knight

Bus passengers stranded in Denver

DENVER (AP) - About 200 people have been stranded for three to four days at the Greyhound Bus terminal in Denver because of the winter storm.

Denver's KOA-Radio reports that some travelers say they've slept on the floor in the bus station and a few were allowed to sleep inside unheated buses. Passengers say Greyhound handed out vouchers for food and hotels, but some say they have eaten little in the past 24 hours.

Passengers say they've been told they might not be able to leave until Thursday or Friday. Greyhound spokesman Timothy Stokes tells The Denver Post that the company is trying to reroute some of the buses.

The American Red Cross said Wednesday that it is taking cots and blankets to the bus terminal and that Greyhound is providing food.


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