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Selma's Concordia College football bus catches fire

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SELMA, AL (WSFA) -

Alabama state troopers have confirmed a bus fire on AL highway 219 five miles from the 182 mile marker on Saturday afternoon. 

Miles College confirms the bus was carrying the Concordia-Selma College football team to Fairfield to play them.

No football players or coaches were injured but the team lost most of their equipment. The game has yet to be rescheduled.

Troopers are at the scene now.

We will have more on this story as information becomes available.

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