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Tour bus heading to Pauma Band's casino involved in accident

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A bus heading to the casino owned by the Pauma Band of Luiseño Indians was involved in an accident on Sunday night.

Ten people -- nine passengers and a driver -- were hospitalized, according to news reports. The driver lost control of the brakes, ran off a road and crashed into some trees and boulders.

The bus was heading to Casino Pauma.

Get the Story:
10 injured in crash of Calif. tour bus headed to casino (AP 9/2)
Bus bound for Casino Pauma crashes, multiple injuries (10News 9/2)
10 in hospital after tour bus crash on way to San Diego County casino (The Los Angeles Times 9/2)

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