DENVER — The Latest on the crash of a school bus at Denver International Airport (all times local):

6:55 p.m.

Police say the driver of a school bus that crashed at Denver International Airport circled back to the airport and crashed into a concrete pillar after she picked up members of a high school football team.

Police spokesman John White says police do not know why she circled back to the airport Sunday afternoon. The driver, whose name and age have not been released, died at the scene.

Authorities say that 17 to 20 passengers were taken to nearby hospitals. Officials at Denver Health tell the KUSA TV station that they have five patients: two are in critical condition, two are in serious condition and one in in fair condition. The Denver Post reports that five patients in fair condition were taken to Children’s Hospital Colorado.

KUSA reports that the bus is from Legacy High School, which is in Broomfield and is part of Adams 12 Five Star Schools. The Post reports that the football team from Legacy played Chino High School on Friday night in California.

An official with DIA tweets that all passenger pickups were taking place on Terminal West because of the crash at the east terminal.

The Adams 12 Five Star schools is a public district that serves suburbs north of Denver, including Broomfield, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster.


6:27 p.m.

Denver police say the driver of a school bus that crashed at Denver International Airport died at the scene.

Police spokesman John White says the female bus driver died after the bus veered off a roadway Denver International Airport Sunday afternoon and crashed into a concrete wall.

Authorities say that 17 to 20 passengers were taken to nearby hospitals. Officials at Denver Health tell the KUSA TV station that they have five patients: two are in critical condition, two are in serious condition and one in in fair condition.

KUSA reports that the bus is from Legacy High School, which is in Broomfield and is part of Adams 12 Five Star Schools. The Denver Post reports that the football team from Legacy played Chino High School on Friday night in California.

An official with DIA tweets that all passenger pickups were taking place on Terminal West because of the crash on the east terminal.

The Adams 12 Five Star schools is a public district that serves suburbs north of Denver, including Broomfield, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster.


5:56 p.m.

Denver police say several people were taken to a hospital in critical condition after a school bus veered off a roadway Denver International Airport and crashed into a concrete wall, the Denver Post reported (http://dpo.st/2c2v5gl).

Airport spokesman Heath Montgomery tells the Post that the crash of the Adams 12 Five Star Schools district bus took place at 4:08 p.m.

The KUSA TV station reports that the bus is from Legacy High School, which is in Broomfield and is part of Adams 12 Five Star Schools.

The Post reports that the football team from Legacy played Chino High School on Friday night in California.

An official with DIA tweets that all passenger pickups were taking place on Terminal West because of the crash on the east terminal.

The Adams 12 Five Star schools is a public district that serves suburbs north of Denver, including Broomfield, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster.


5:47 p.m. Denver police say several people were taken to a hospital in critical condition after a school bus crashed at Denver International Airport.

Airport officials reported the crash of an Adams 12 Five Star Schools bus at 3:18 p.m., the Denver Channel reports (http://bit.ly/2cBPSdC.)

An official with DIA tweets that all passenger pickups were taking place on Terminal West because of the crash on the east terminal.

Police have not provided an account yet of how the crash happened.

The Adams 12 Five Star schools is a public district that serves suburbs north of Denver, including Broomfield, Federal Heights, Northglenn, Thornton and Westminster.