A man driving along a main route to a popular casino in San Diego's East County was seriously injured in a traffic collision and may lose his leg officials said.
A Sycuan casino bus collided with a Chrysler 300 in the 5200-block of Dehesa Road.
There was extensive damage to the front left side of the bus.
The driver in the Chrysler was seriously injured and rushed to Sharp via helicopter officials said.
There were 9 to 10 Sycuan employees on the bus. Two people on the bus were injured.
California Highway Patrol investigators told NBC 7 there is evidence that alcohol was involved.
CHP officials say the driver smelled like alcohol and empty beer cans were found near the wrecked vehicle.
Officials said they were unable to do a blood test because he was rushed to surgery.