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Redskins' bus in accident en route to TCF Bank Stadium

Washington's team bus was in an accident en route to TCF Bank Stadium in Minnesota for Sunday's game against the Vikings, the Redskins confirmed to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.

No players were injured, according to University of Minnesota police, though an escorting officer did hurt his leg. The front of one bus sustained a cracked windshield after colliding with the team's second bus, per the Redskins.

Washington's players were transferred to a different bus.

Pierre Garcon tweeted out a picture of the damage just moments after the accident and also confirmed that there were no injuries:

Washington's official Twitter account indicated a safe arrival to the stadium. Meanwhile, linebacker Keenan Robinson offered a possible solution for the future: take an Uber.

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