Sandy stranding bus travelers, too

Airport travelers aren’t the only ones feeling the impact of Superstorm Sandy. About 30 Greyhound passengers on their way to the East Coast were left stranded Monday night after the bus line suspended service to many areas hit by the storm. The Red Cross set up a shelter for those passengers. More than 70 flights at the Indianapolis airport were canceled Monday and dozens more were canceled by Tuesday morning.
 

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