SAN DIEGO (AP) — For the third time in less than a month, a tour bus heading to a Southern California casino has crashed.
The California Highway Patrol says eight people were hurt, including the driver, when a bus veered off the road and through a fence Thursday morning near Valley Center in San Diego County.
The worst injury was a suspected broken leg.
The bus was heading to Harrah's Rincon Hotel and Casino in Valley Center.
Ten people were hurt earlier this month when a bus run heading to another San Diego County casino went off the road in Riverside County.
And 52 people were hurt on Aug. 2 when a bus heading to a desert casino sideswiped a car and overturned along a freeway east of Los Angeles.
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