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2 dead in SUV after overnight crash at Michigan school

Nov. 3, 2015: This photo shows the scene where police say a vehicle crashed through the wall of Midland Academy, a school that was closed for the night, killing two passengers and injuring the driver.

Nov. 3, 2015: This photo shows the scene where police say a vehicle crashed through the wall of Midland Academy, a school that was closed for the night, killing two passengers and injuring the driver.  (Jodi McFarland/The Saginaw News via AP)

Police say an SUV crashed through the wall of a Michigan school that was closed for the night, killing two passengers and injuring the driver.

The crash occurred after 2 a.m. Tuesday at Midland Academy.

The Saginaw News says the victims are a 37-year-old man from Saginaw and a 33-year-old man from Bay City. The 35-year-old driver of the Jeep Liberty survived.

The Jeep went off the road and flattened trees before crossing a parking lot. Classes were canceled Tuesday.

Kathy Eurich, dean of students, tells the Midland Daily News she received a call from an alarm company and arrived to find rescue crews. She says the damage was "shocking" to see.