UPDATE 4/22/13 @ 6:57 a.m.
GALLIA COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) -- We've learned the names of the four people hurt in Saturday night's crash in front of Gallia Academy High School.
According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, 18-year-old Courtney Morrison failed to yield as she pulled out onto Centenary Road. Her car was struck by a truck driven by 32-year-old William Devault.
Morrison was flown by helicopter to Cabell Huntington Hospital, as was one of her passengers, 17-year-old Tiffany Perry. Another passenger in Morrison's car, 17-year-old Marina Rittenhouse, was taken to Holzer Medical Center by her father with non-life threatening injuries. Devault was also taken to Holzer by a relative with non-life threatening injuries. Their conditions have not been released.
Investigators say driver impairment was not a factor but that Morrison will be cited for failure to yield.
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Troopers tell WSAZ.com the driver failed to yield when she pulled out from the school parking lot. That's when they say her car was t-boned by another vehicle.
It happened just after 8 p.m. Saturday, according to a press release.
Troopers say the driver suffered serious injuries and had to be flown to the hospital.
So far there are no updates on the condition of the passengers.
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