Dangerous weather leaves Greyhound travelers stranded state-wide
Treacherous travel conditions have left passengers bus passengers stranded across the state.
Greyhound told us service is delayed in and out of Montana, no buses headed east or west.
In Butte, at least a dozen people came on an express van from Salt Lake City Utah.
The group arrived at 3 a.m., after what one passenger called a terrifying journey.
After they arrived, Greyhound told them they couldn't beat the storm and the station in Butte told them it would at least three days.
"We haven't slept at all all night," said traveler Tabetha Nethery. "And we're just waiting and we've been here nine hours now. We don't have a lot of money to spend here and so we're just stuck."
Greyhound told us tickets are non-refundable, but any ticket purchased will be honored at once buses begin running again.