Arkansas State Police said the bus crashed along Interstate 30 near Benton, about 25 miles (40 kilometers) southwest of Little Rock, while traveling back to Memphis, Tennessee.
A charter bus carrying a youth football team from Tennessee crashed early Monday in central Arkansas, killing one elementary school-aged child and injuring at least 45 other people, a lot of them children.
The bus driver told police she "lost control" of the bus, which is owned by Scott Shuttle Service of Sommerville.
The bus was carrying a youth football team that had played in championship game in Dallas during the weekend.
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The injured passengers have been transported to area hospitals in Little Rock and Benton, with two individuals being airlifted. They were treated for bruising, lacerations and some orthopedic injuries then released. Those involved in the crash were also reportedly sent to Baptist Hospital, Saline Memorial, CHI St Vincent and UAMS. Those injured were taken to hospitals in Little Rock and Benton. Arkansas Children's took 24 patients, and all are in stable condition.
Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock tweeted that it had received over 20 patients from the bus accident: "Families needing information should call the main hospital at 501-364-1100". The bus crashed into an oncoming tractor-trailer truck. Chronic disinvestment brought widespread crime and poverty.
Authorities did not immediately say which schools the children attended.
The victims of the crash were team therapist Dayna Brons; players Parker Tobin, Logan Schatz, Jaxon Joseph, Stephen Wack, Adam Herold, Logan Hunter, Logan Boulet, Evan Thomas, Conner Lukan and Jacob Leicht; head coach Dary Haugan; play-by-play announcer Tyler Bieber; driver Glen Doerksen; assistant coach Mark Cross; and intern Brody Hinz.