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LOWELL, Ind. — Several people were transported to hospitals after a bus carrying an Indiana high school basketball team was involved in a rollover accident.

Indiana State Police say 16-25 people may have been injured in the accident, including students, parents and faculty.

The bus was carrying a high school basketball team from Griffith High School, who was headed to a game in Lafayette, Ind. Everyone who was on the bus was taken to a hospital, according to a school statement. The team’s coach, David Garrett, was airlifted to University of Chicago hospital.

According to the Associated Press, a woman driving another car sideswiped the bus after spilling a drink on herself. The bus flipped and crashed at I-65 and State Road 10 near Lowell, Ind.

A stretch of the highway was completely shut down for a few hours this afternoon while police were investigating and working to clear up the crash site.

The game has been postponed.

This is a developing story.