Four Florida students were hit by a car early Tuesday as they waited for their school bus, authorities said.
The crash happened shortly before 7 a.m. on Crestwood Boulevard and Cypress Lake Drive in the village of Royal Palm Beach, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release.
The vehicle was northbound on Crestwood when the driver "lost control," drove up on the sidewalk and struck the students, the sheriff's office said.
The children were taken to hospitals for treatment, officials said. No other information, including the students' conditions, was released.
The vehicle homicide unit and detectives are investigating.
NBC News confirmed that the students attend Royal Palm Beach Community High School.
NBC affiliate WPTV of West Palm Beach captured video that appears to show an SUV at the scene with extensive damage, including a smashed windshield, a broken bumper and deployed airbags.