ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Riders on a New York City-bound bus from New Jersey are reporting an invasion of cockroaches.
A passenger on a Manhattan-bound bus from Atlantic City tells WABC-TV (http://bit.ly/ZGlkaD ) that roaches started coming out of the vents inside the bus just 15 minutes into their Friday afternoon journey.
The passenger reports roaches could be seen crawling on seats, windows, side panels and even on people.
Greyhound said the 48 passengers on board were moved to a new bus, and the bus they had been riding is being examined to determine where the bugs came from.
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