Still no solution for Orlando Cassanova, a 667-pound man looking to ride a city bus

Bridgeport officials say they still do not have a solution for a 667-pound man who wants to ride city buses. Orlando Cassanova says he was

BRIDGEPORT - Bridgeport officials say they still do not have a solution for a 667-pound man who wants to ride city buses.

Orlando Cassanova says he was told he can't take city buses because of his size. 

The Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority did an audit of its buses and found they are not equipped to lift Cassanova and his wheelchair.

The city says it is going to look into other means of transportation to accommodate him.

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