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Two school buses taking students from a Missouri high school band camp to a Six Flags amusement park were involved in a serious traffic accident today. A student in one of the buses and a driver in a pickup trick were killed in the crash, and dozens of others were injured.

According to a report on, the accident occurred on eastbound I-44 in Gray Summit, Missouri, bout 40 miles west of St. Louis, around 10:15 a.m. local time. The crash involved the school buses, a tractor-trailer, and the pickup, which was wedged under the school bus.

The school buses were carrying students from John F. Hodge High in St. James.

According to the Associated Press, the accident happened when the pickup truck rear-ended a semi cab that had slowed down because it was nearing a construction zone. One of the buses slammed into the back of the pickup, then was launched on top of it after it was rear-ended by the second bus.

According to various media reports, two of the injured are being taken to St. Clair Hospital in Fenton, four people are being taken to St. John’s Mercy Medical Center in Creve Coeur, and five people are being taken to St. John’s. Thirty-six children were also taken to Cardinal Glennon Hospital with no serious injuries but as a precaution.

Officials said it was too early to determine if any drivers would face charges.

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