A vehicle has run into a group of students Wednesday at a Southern California high school, injuring at least eight people, including three critically, officials said.
The accident happened at Hemet High School, Riverside County fire officials said in a statement.
Early reports indicated three people were in critical condition and five more were being treated for minor injuries.
Fire officials say at least five of the injured were students.
NBC4-TV reports that backpacks and clothing were strewn across an intersection outside the school following the crash.