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New reports have emerged on the charter bus accident that killed four people and injured 41 on Saturday.

According to Herald Online, the 1993 bus was traveling through North Carolina when the left front tire blew out, causing the vehicle to swerve off the side of the road and hit a guardrail before sideswipping into a concrete bridge column.

Killed in the crash was the 43-year-old driver, as well as a 21-year-old student and 19-year-old student and a 10-year-old boy.

Students on the bus were a mix from Ramah Juco Academy and Clinton College in South Carolina, per USA Today.

As of this writing, 22 of the 42 people taken to the hospital have been discharged.

Our thoughts are with the victims at this time.