Church Bus’ Tire Explodes, Assistance Needed from Colorado Bus Towing Company
Bus towing company, RM Heavy Towing, knows that there is nothing more upsetting than a road trip being brought to halt after a roadside incident. Unfortunately, this is exactly what happened to a church bus off the I-25 in Denver, CO.
The bus was filled with excited church members heading to a sledding event when a minor accident brought their journey to an abrupt ending. While the church bus was traveling down the freeway, the right front tire of the bus exploded.
Unable to move the bus, the driver called a bus towing company out of Brighton, CO to assist. The churchgoers were transported away from the scene by car and the RM Heavy Towing professionals arrived at the location to help.
The bus was slightly challenging to hook up because the compromised tire was so low to the ground. However, the skilled technician was able to secure the bus and tow it back to the church. Great work to RM Heavy Towing on another job well done!
Details of Church Bus’ Tire Explodes, Assistance Needed from Colorado Bus Towing Company
RM Heavy Towing is a bus towing company that operates out of Brighton, CO, and Cheyenne, WY. The bus towing company recently assisted a church bus driver who needed roadside assistance. The bus towing company dispatcher received a call from a customer who was stuck on the I-25 in Denver, CO.
The church bus driver was en route to a sledding event when the right front tire of the bus exploded. He quickly called the bus towing company, RM Heavy Towing, in order to receive roadside assistance.
The bus towing company sent out 1 crew member along with a 50-ton wrecker. The RM Heavy Towing operator left their headquarters at 10371 E 106th Ave Suite A, Brighton, CO 80601, and made their way south to the scene.
Upon arriving at the scene, the bus towing company professional assessed the situation. The front tire of the bus had completely come off and the bus needed to be towed back to the church. There was no other damage to the vehicle except for the tire and the right front fender which was knocked off.
While there were passengers on the bus at the time of the incident, nobody was injured. The passengers were taken away by car by the time the bus towing company arrived.
To start the recovery, the bus towing company used the boom of the wrecker and the cable winches to lift the vehicle off the ground so that the underlift would fit underneath. From there, he used the tall fork adapters, removed the driveshaft, and put the lightbar on the back.
The entire job took the bus towing company 3.5 hours. The bus recovery was challenging to hook up because the tire was so low to the ground. The bus towing company completed the job by towing the bus back to church.