TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — One person was killed and more than a dozen others were injured after a crash in Osceola County Wednesday morning.

According Florida Highway Patrol, the deadly crash happened just after 6:15 a.m. at the intersection of SR-60 and Peavine Road in Osceola County, west of Yeehaw Junction.

Troopers said a pickup truck, box truck, and a motor coach were all involved in the accident.

According to a crash report, the pickup truck, driven by a 54-year-old Port Saint Lucie man, attempted to pass another vehicle in a passing zone but struck the box truck head-on. As a result of the crash, a 52-year-old passenger in the pickup truck, also from Port Saint Lucie, was killed.

He was not wearing a seatbelt.

Moments after the crash, a motor coach loaded with inmates from the Florida Department of Corrections crashed into the rear of the box truck. The crash report added the conditions at the time of the crash were “foggy and dark.”

Authorities said the inmates were headed from the Transition House in Bartow, Polk County to their work-release program in Okeechobee. Of the 23 passengers on board the bus, 14 were transported to various hospitals with minor injuries.

The 69-year-old bus driver suffered minor injuries. The crash is still under investigation.