At least three people were killed and 15 others were injured Tuesday after a crash on an Ohio interstate between a semitrailer and a bus carrying students, authorities said.
Shortly after 9 a.m., the semitrailer rear-ended the charter bus on Interstate 70 West in Licking County, The Associated Press reported.
The bus was transporting students from a school in eastern Ohio, said Licking County Emergency Management Agency Director Sean Grady, who confirmed the number of fatalities and injuries in an interview with NBC News.
A total of 57 people were onboard, he said.
The injured were taken to area hospitals, according to Grady. Their conditions and the cause of the crash were not immediately clear.
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