Brunswick High School in Ohio is in mourning Monday after a car full of students crashed Sunday, killing three of them immediately. One of the students was hours away from his graduation. The 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier carrying five teenagers went out of control after the 18-year-old driver drove over train tracks at a high speed, causing the car to become airborne. The car went into a ditch and flipped, killing the driver and two passengers. The others were hospitalized. A fourth passenger died Monday from his injuries. “We want to allow the families to grieve in peace and do whatever we can to get through this very tragic situation," said schools superintendent Michael Mayell.