LYERLY, Ga. (AP) — Four people, including three high school football players, died early Sunday after a car rolled over in northwest Georgia.

The Georgia State Patrol says the crash happened just after midnight on Georgia 114 near Lyerly.

Chattooga County Superintendent Jared Hosmer said three of the dead were students at Chattooga High School. The school’s football team posted on social media that those three boys had all been football players. None of the victims were immediately named.

Troopers say a 2019 Audi RS5 veered off a curve onto a grass shoulder, hit a private driveway and then flipped, coming to rest upright.

The driver and two passengers died before they could be taken to a hospital. A male passenger was pronounced dead at a Rome hospital, while a female passenger was hospitalized in Rome in critical condition.

It’s unclear why the vehicle left the road. Troopers are reconstructing the accident as part of their investigation.

The school said counselors will be available to students and employees.