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Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph Newspaper Archives May 31 1986, Page 1

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Colorado Springs Gazette Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Colorado Springs, Colorado He Mode it look easy Roberto de Vicenzo leads in champions of a a a Rilands tract bought team of developers purchases land for $14.70 dictionary lists wicked witty 25$ daily a 50c sunday saturday a Freedom newspaper 115th year 19 killed As bus plunges into i Nevada Carson City Walker Calif. A a tour bus carrying residents of a retirement Home careened at High Speed off a twisting Mountain Road and plunged into an icy Swift running River Friday killing 19 people and injuring 22,authorities said. The death toll made it the worst . Bus crash in nearly six years. The bus bringing passengers Back to Santa Monica Calif., after a four Day Outing to Reno nev., was 90 Miles Southeast of Reno on . 395 at 10 3d . Put when it bounced off a Fence and plunged Down a 15-foot embankment into to locate his wife a i tried to do the Best i could a he said. Quot i done to know where die Rescue workers and All Avail Able ambulances and helicopters from 50 Miles rushed to the scene eight Miles South of Walker in the Sierra Nevada. A you just done to know which Way a body will go in that stuff a Daniels said. A if they were to hit a Rock there a no telling where they might wind the West Fork of the Walker River ment investigator John Daniels of the people we carried out died at it flipped Over and then lodged said the Accident apparently was the Side of the upright on rocks with its rear caused by excessive Speed and no one of the passengers Valerie ripped apart in a few feet of racing other vehicles were involved. Webb said she was hurled into the water the California Highway a the cup initially reported that aisle when the bus crashed and tool said. The River is near flood 49 were aboard but patrol Dis saw her husband Buster tossed stage and seven feet deep in some Patcher Bob Storar later said Only out a window As people fell on top spots 41 people were on the bus. Storar of her. Some of the bodies were found also put the death toll at 19. A the went out the window and i 15 Miles downstream from the a there were bodies All Over the thought he was floating Down the scene of the Accident said cup of place a said Alex Mcewan owner River a she said. A it was horrible finer Mike Slappey. Divers of the nearby Mountain Gate not knowing where he Webb searched for More than seven Lodge who helped remove the vie later turned up among the hours after the Accident before All urns. A i believe quite a few got survivors. Passengers were accounted for. Washed out through the Back when another passenger Bob Mono county sheriffs depart the windows popped out. A couple Roesger said he had teen unable Yosemite f National Park i see bus crash next Page tuition Gazette Telegraph and wire reports Denver gov. Richard Lamm vetoed a Bill on Friday that would have allowed Active duty military people in Colorado and their dependents to pay resident tuition rates to attend state colleges and universities. V the veto which cannot be overturned by the legislature be Cense it adjourned tuesday Drew heavy criticism from Colorado Springs lawmakers and civic leaders. Lamm said he vetoed the Bitt because it does not provide funding to make up what would be lost by providing the discounted tuition a Comrado is the Only state Tai the nation that does not Grant in stats tuition status to Active duty military personnel a Lamm noted Tai announcing his veto. V a i have been looking Forward All ism Ion to signing this Bill. It is Long overdue a Lamm adds. �?�1 support Tho concept and supported Tbs Hill a Mil the final stages. Tbs Amend my if removing funding for Tbs Bill have Mads it sen. Steven Durham a cols do Springs fold is Lamm s analysis of the amendments ii wrong a but its typical of a whenever you Deal with someone Uke Dick Lamm you learn not to is surprised a be said. Durham Saki Tbs amendments simply allowed a school to keen Instate tuition end it does net Lave any other Adverse financial Harden on the school. Lamm earlier signed a Hill that allows in state tuition for athletes St Tbs olympic training Center in Colorado Springs. Rep. Michael Bird a Colorado Springs a cosponsor of the Mitt tary tuition Bill said the paver nor veto was a a big disappointment and that he did t think that Lamm was going to do a anything that would be a Benefit to the pikas Peak the funding had to be removed from the Hill because the state budget eras Quot very tight this year according to Bird. Quot the idea was that the schools would absorb this oat of their own budget a is said. Bird said be thought it was understood that the Bill was Apt going totes permanent approach to Tbs Quot at least this would have gotten did no to quite make the turn Driver Brian Jensen leans against hit overturned truck Friday. Jeneen failed tar negotiate in exit ramp from interstate 25 onto Cimarron Street and spilled hit Load of lumber. Jenson wee not injured but wee cited for careless driving by Colorado Springe criticisms a a Hogwash mayor blast claims of annexation foes see veto next Page Index a sections. 112 pages business cd movies City Region by other Votsos classified of fission comics of sons crossword of scoreboard oust is by sports Laisure Timo pm vim millies a circulation Oss ohs cat shifted 471-x470 Gazette Umbi Clouris Pwee m Mihir Tony i

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