Five vehicles were involved in the crash and 15 people were injured, and officials said the cause was not immediately known

A charter bus carrying students from a high school was rear-ended by a semi-truck on an Ohio highway on Tuesday morning, leaving three people dead and 15 others injured, according to an emergency official.

Five vehicles were involved in the crash, including a Pioneer Trails charter bus that was transporting students from the Tuscarawas Valley local school district in eastern Ohio, said Sean Grady, Licking county’s emergency management agency director. There were a total of 57 people onboard, he said.

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