/At least 4 dead, others critically hurt in Utah tour bus crash

At least 4 dead, others critically hurt in Utah tour bus crash

At least four people are dead after a tour bus rolled over on a Utah road, ejecting some passengers, authorities said.

Thirty people, including the driver, were on board when the bus rolled over near Bryce Canyon National Park on SR-12, Garfield County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Denise Dastrup said.

PHOTO: People work at the scene where a tour bus crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park on SR-12 in Utah, Sept. 20, 2019.Utah Highway Patrol

People work at the scene where a tour bus crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park on SR-12 in Utah, Sept. 20, 2019.

“Everyone on the bus sustained some sort of injury,” Dastrup said.

Garfield Memorial Hospital received 17 patients from the crash; officials said three were in critical condition, 11 in serious condition and three in fair condition.

PHOTO: First responders work at the scene where a tour bus crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park on SR-12 in Utah, Sept. 20, 2019.Dallas Clark/St. George News

First responders work at the scene where a tour bus crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park on SR-12 in Utah, Sept. 20, 2019.

PHOTO: A helicopter flies near the scene where a tour bus crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park on SR-12 in Utah, Sept. 20, 2019.Dallas Clark/St. George News

A helicopter flies near the scene where a tour bus crashed near Bryce Canyon National Park on SR-12 in Utah, Sept. 20, 2019.

There appeared to be “no obvious explanation for the rollover,” Garfield County Sheriff James Perkins told ABC News. He said the crash was on “part of the road that had a slight gradual turn,” but “not much of a turn.”

SR-12 is now closed in both directions, about 3.5 miles west of the park. The national park remains open.

ABC News’ Matthew Fuhrman contributed to this report.