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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A bus carrying the University of Virginia baseball team to their series against the Miami Hurricanes crashed into several cars Thursday after the driver fell unconscious.

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Miami Fire Rescue said the accident happened just east of US 1 and Bird Avenue after 6 p.m.

A very alert coach and his staff jumped into action and tried to gain control of the bus.

It is unclear what caused the driver to fall unconscious. (Source: City of Miami Fire)

It is unclear what caused the driver to fall unconscious. (Source: City of Miami Fire)

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The bus ended up crashing into three parked vehicles and a motor scooter on the side of the road before stopping next to a tree.

Coaching staff began doing CPR until fire rescue arrived.

None of the players were injured. (Source: City of Miami Fire)

None of the players were injured. (Source: City of Miami Fire)

The driver was taken in serious condition to Mercy Hospital. It is still unknown what caused the driver to go unconscious.

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There were no reported injuries.