Five teens were involved in an accident Thursday morning when a train crashed into their car in Calumet County, Wis., authorities said. The teens, aged 15-18, were all seriously injured in the crash, authorities said, but their injuries do not appear life-threatening. Three of the teens were airlifted to Theda Clark Regional Medical Center, and two were taken there by ambulance.
Police said the students were on their way to Brillion High School when the accident occurred. Investigations show that less than half of the railroad crossings in the state have active warnings for when a train approaches. Police said alcohol does not seem to be a factor in the accident.
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