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WARSAW, Ind. — Sixteen people are injured, and three teens are in critical condition after a DUI crash involving a semi-truck and a Chicago-based St. Ignatius College Prep School bus Saturday night.

After the St. Ignatus JV hockey team finished a tournament in Culver, Indiana, they left in a school bus and headed back to their hotel around 8:00 p.m. when they encountered a semi-truck with New Jersey registration that ran a red light and was driving unstably.

At the same time, police reported that they received a phone call of a semi-truck speeding, swerving into other lanes and driving off the roadway.

Warsaw police said the semi-truck had crashed into the school bus along U.S. route 30 and Center Street in Warsaw, Indiana. Upon police arrival, the bus was on its side.

Warsaw police said that the semi-truck driver continued west and stopped after driving off the roadway into a ditch.

There were 26 people including hockey players, teachers and coaches on the school bus and reportedly one student was ejected as the bus made northbound turn onto Center Street from the eastbound left turn lane during the crash. Out of the 23 students on the bus, 16 were injured.

Victor Santos, a Brooklyn local and the semi-truck driver, failed a sobriety test and was taken into custody is facing DUI-related charges.

A speaker for the St. Ignatus College Prep said that three students underwent surgery and now are in recovery.

The St. Ignatus president released a statement that said, “We will get through this together. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers are with them.”