A propagandize train carrying members and coaches of a Colorado high propagandize football group crashed into a petrify post Sunday during Denver International Airport, murdering a motorist and injuring 18 passengers, authorities said.
Joe Ferdani, a orator for a Adams 12 Five Star Schools District, pronounced 15 students from Legacy High School in Broomfield, north of Denver, were ecstatic to 4 hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries. Most have been treated and released, Ferdani said.
Three coaches suffered “more vicious injuries,” he said.
A orator for Denver Health Medical Center told NBC News that it was treating 5 patients, dual of them in vicious condition. Five some-more were listed in satisfactory condition during Children’s Hospital Colorado, a mouthpiece told NBC News.
UPDATE: a whole Five Star Community extends thoughts and prayers go out to all influenced by a train collision today. (1/6)
— Five Star Schools (@Adams12) September 12, 2016
The driver, a lady who wasn’t identified, was killed, Denver military Sgt. Michael W. Farr said.
It wasn’t immediately transparent what caused a crash. Heath Montgomery, a orator for a airport, pronounced a train had been entrance a newcomer arrivals territory on a fourth turn of a easterly depot about 4 p.m. (6 p.m. ET) when it veered into a support overpass for an top level.
Farr pronounced that a driver’s track was “curious” and that she “should not have been entrance behind up, though she did.”
The propagandize district pronounced a predicament response group will be during Legacy High School on Monday “supporting staff and students.”
In a Facebook post Sunday night, a school’s tyro supervision said: “Our thoughts and prayers go out to a bequest football team, coaches, and families.”