A driver faces DUI charges after riding a bus full of 18 golf fans on Thursday morning on the first day of the Masters Tournament on a highway in Georgia.
Five of 14 passengers who were hospitalized in a nearby Augusta reported injuries to CBS participant KRDW.
Steven Hoppenbrouwer took the bus along I-20 Columbia County, Ga., Toward the Augusta National Golf Club when the vehicle turned around 8:45 pm, police said.  The 61-year-old drivers were loaded before 11am with driving under the influence and failure to keep track.
The States Transportation Department said the entire east of the highway was closed on Thursday morning.
Photos of the scene showed several police officers as the black bus sat on its side – crushing a wire fence.
The bus belongs to Jet Executive Limousine, police said in a brief news release.
A representative who answered a phone number for the Suwanee, Ga. -based company declined to comment because at that time there was "no information".
He also declined to say if Hoppenbrouwer was an employee or assigned to drive the bus.
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