July 4, 2015


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Greyhound apologizes for leaving teen stranded

Kristen Genaille, 18, is safely home now, having landed in Brandon Friday night after boarding a Greyhound bus she thought was taking her  from Portage la Prairie to Winnipeg.

Kristen Genaille, 18, is safely home now, having landed in Brandon Friday night after boarding a Greyhound bus she thought was taking her from Portage la Prairie to Winnipeg.

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