Greenville, SC (WLTX) -- Four Boy Scouts remain in the hospital after a van they were riding in overturned late Friday Night on Callahan Mountain Road in Greenville.
Trooper Sonny Collins says 9 Boy Scouts and the driver of the vehicle, 19-year-old Zachary Gentry of Greenwood, were taken to Greenville Memorial hospital after the Ford van they were traveling in ran off the road, down an embankment and overturned in a river.
The ages of the scouts range from 14 - 16 years old.
According to Scout Executive Mike Butler, 3 of the Boy Scouts from Troop 413 were from the Midlands. Two of the Midlands boys have been treated and released, but one remains in the hospital.
No charges have been filed.
Mike Butler has released the following statement:
"The health and safety of scouts is of great concern to the Boy Scouts of America. The Blue Ridge Council maintains strong procedures and policies to ensure a safe environment for scouts, volunteers and staff. Our most immediate concern is for the well-being all those affected by this tragic incident. Our entire Scouting family is saddened and our hope is that these young men will have quick and full recoveries. Our prayers and thoughts are with the scouts and families during this time."