Under the opened veil of a clear blue sky (it’d been raining for a while, but it had stopped, so the sky seemed far clearer than normal, making the veil reference work, given the instance of rain, but also given the specific location of this bus crash, which is forthcoming), under the lifted bonnet of the parted clouds, a bus crashed into a stone embankment right outside Anaheim, killing the driver and all four passengers. “It’s a shame that so few people in Anaheim ride the buses,” public transport advocate Helly Sk said. “If you take the time to get to know the system, you’ll find it’s fairly effective. I read my Kindle whenever I ride.” Three of the passengers were domestic workers, and one was a man in his twenties who’d gotten a DUI and couldn’t get a ride from his mom, because she was busy. “Typical,” Sk said.
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