Greyhound refused to return blind man's bag

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  1. sobore
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    Greyhound has issued an apology after losing the luggage of a legally blind and disabled Surrey man and refusing to return it.

    John Davis contacted CTV consumer reporter Lynda Steele after the bus company lost his luggage.

    Davis was forced to travel by Greyhound to his former home in Edson, Alberta to sell off his remaining possessions just to get by. He returned home on July 28, but his bags didn't make it.

    "All of a sudden they open all the doors on the bus and say, ‘well, we can't find your suitcase,' and I say, ‘well, how can that be? I got on this exact bus in Edson, what's the problem? Where did my bag get off?'" he said.

    The luggage was eventually found after several emails to Greyhound. But the transit company wanted him to travel from Surrey to Langley on transit to pick it up himself.

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    Disgusting company behavior!:eek:

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