NEEDLES (CBSLA) – Five Arizona students were injured after a school bus collided with two semi-trucks Thursday afternoon near the eastern San Bernardino County community of Needles.

According to California Highway Patrol, at 12:48 p.m. a school bus carrying 33 high school students was rear-ended by a semi-truck after coming to a stop at a construction zone on Highway 95. The impact sent the bus crashing into a second semi-truck, CHP said.

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Five students were injured, CHP Officer Joseph Medina told CBS2. Their conditions were unknown. The school bus driver was also trapped. His condition was uncertain as well.

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Highway 95 was shut down in both directions.

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The school bus was carrying a volleyball team from Buckeye, Ariz., Medina said. They were heading to play a game against a team from Mojave.