FRESNO, Calif. — A charter bus traveling through the Southern California high desert from Fresno to Las Vegas crossed into oncoming traffic and ran into two cars, leaving one woman dead and injuring 26 people, ABC News reported.

Nine people suffered life-threatening injuries in Monday afternoon's crash, and 17 others were taken to hospitals with injuries that weren't considered to be life-threatening, while investigators were trying to learn why the tour bus crossed into the westbound lanes.

The company involved in the crash had their vehicles inspected 22 times in the last two years, and a vehicle was taken out of service during one of the inspections, according to the report. For the full story, click here.