A coach bus heading to a sporting event has crashed into a building in West Haven on Saturday morning. The coach bus crashed into a building at Anderson Glass on Campbell Avenue, near the off ramp for exit 43 on Interstate-95 in West Haven. The bus was carrying Princeton students to the Princeton-Yale football game and had brake failure, said West Haven Police Sergeant Charles Young. According to police, four students were transported to the hospital to be treated for minor injuries. Firefighters had to extricate the bus driver, who was transported to the hospital with unknown injuries. Trump Criticized After Berating Black Female Journalists Fire crews and ambulances are at the scene, as well as Connecticut State Police and West Haven building officials. The students who were not injured are taking another bus to the game, police said. Campbell Avenue is closed while officials investigate the crash. 100 Years After WWI’s End, Leaders to Mark Armistice in Paris NBC Connecticut has a crew at the scene and will update this story as details become available.