Posted: Dec 27, 2012 4:25 PM by Madelyn Monteath, KSBY News
Updated: Dec 28, 2012 12:00 PM
San Luis Obispo Police were called out to the corner of Grand Avenue and Abbott Street in San Luis Obispo after a report of a collision of a Mitsubishi with a City bus stop.
When officers arrived on scene they located the Eclipse but could not locate a driver.
Daniel Conrow, 21, later returned to the scene claiming the Eclipse was his. Conrow was driving a flatbed truck northbound on Highway 101. The truck was hauling the car that was not properly secured to the flatbed. As Conrow approached the off-ramp, the Eclipse rolled off the flatbed onto Highway 101 and exited at the Grand Avenue exit, eventually colliding with the bus stop enclosure.
Conrow was unable to stop immediately, so he continued northbound on the highway and took the next off-ramp. He returned to the scene and explained what happened to the officers. Conrow was cited for hauling an unsafe load and was released from the scene.
No one was injured; however, the City bus enclosure was damaged and will need to be replaced.
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