MONTROSE, Colo. (CBS4)– No one was injured when the tour bus they were riding in went off the edge of a highway en route to Telluride on Thursday evening.

(credit: sanmiguelcounty.org)

(credit: San Miguel County)

The bus’s tires went off Highway 145 at mile marker 107 in Montrose County south of Naturita.

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All 55 passengers and one driver aboard the Telluride-bound tour bus were uninjured. The bus was righted just after 9 p.m. The highway remained closed

According to the San Miguel County Sheriff, everyone will continue on to Telluride. Those on board the bus were transported to a temporary shelter while the bus was recovered.

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Highway 145 was closed from Norwood to Nucla during the bus recovery.

The bus was from Arizona.

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Investigators say icy roads were to blame for the accident.