Oklahoma teens injured on senior trip after being pinned under collapsed concrete wall

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NORMAN, Okla. - A senior field trip took a dangerous turn for a group of Oklahoma students.

It looks a little empty at Community Christian School in Norman because the entire senior class went on a trip to Branson, Missouri last week.

The teens were enjoying a field trip and made a stop at Doennig Sports Swings and Ozark Paintball in Ozark, Missouri.

While at the facility, a concrete wall somehow collapsed and pinned many of the teenagers to the ground.

Out of the 34 students on the trip, school officials say five of them were seriously injured and sent to the hospital.

There were three female students and two male students who were hurt.

One of them is in ICU in Springfield with a collapsed lung, broken ribs, broken clavicle and bleeding and swelling of the brain.

Authorities say she was completely pinned beneath the rubble.

Another student was partially pinned and suffered a broken pelvic ring.

However, that teen has since been released from the hospital.

The trip was not cancelled and the rest of the students are still in Branson.

They are scheduled to return home by Wednesday.

Graduation ceremonies for the seniors are scheduled for Saturday, and school officials are hoping the last student will be released from the hospital and all 34 classmates will be able to graduate together.

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