Three West Clermont High School students were sent to the hospital after being hit by a car Wednesday morning in the student parking lot.
Their injuries are not considered life-threatening.
Union Township Police Department was dispatched shortly after 8:30 a.m. The department is not releasing names but is investigating the incident.
According to Lt. Anthony Rees, the students were walking in the parking lot on the Bach Buxton Road side of the school when they were hit by a vehicle driven by an adult. The name of the driver was not available. Rees said it was a woman and she was “pretty shaken up” after the incident.
The driver was also transported to the hospital, he said.
In a letter to parents, Principal Randy Gebhardt said the students were walking in a crosswalk on school grounds when they were hit. School counselors are reaching out to students who witnessed the incident and are available if they need to talk.
“We are doing what we can to support those involved,” he wrote.
This story will be updated as more information becomes available.