A South Carolina private school's football team's bus crashed Saturday afternoon in North Carolina, killing four people and injuring 42 others.
A team from Ramah Jucco, based in Rock Hill, S.C., was traveling to Fayetteville, N.C., when it hit an overpass bridge near the city of Hamlet. One of the bus's tires blew out, which caused it to lose control and hit a median and a bridge column, CNN reports.
Only one person on the bus was not injured, according to North Carolina Highway Patrol spokesman Lt. Jeff Gordon.
You can see the damage done in the crash here.
Here's another look at the scene.
The crash was highlighted in Twitter's "Moments" feature.
USA Today reports parents of the players pulled over to help the injured after the crash.
North Carolina Highway Patrol and the Richmond County Sheriff's Office are investigating the incident, CNN reports.