Multiple people have died and many others are seriously injured after a sight-seeing bus in Jasper National Park rolled over. The vehicle, which was exploring the Athabasca Glacier, rolled over near the Columbia Icefield. There were 27 people on board.\nCTV News reports that multiple RCMP detachments, including Banff, Jasper and Lake Louise, attended the scene near Alberta’s Jasper National Park on July 18.\nEmergency responders report that three people have died as a result of the rollover, and 24 people are injured.\nAccording to Alberta Health Services, per CBC News, 14 people remain in a critical, life-threatening condition.\nNames of the 27 passengers on board are yet to be released by police. Next of kin notifications are ongoing.\nRCMP detachments attended the scene at approximately 1 p.m. on Saturday afternoon. Due to the remote nature of the accident, as well as the number of injuries, emergency responders from nine local cities and towns responded to the call.\nParks Canada helicopters were required to reach the victims at the crash site.\nThe Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) air ambulance then transported patients to multiple hospitals across the region, including in Edmonton and Calgary.\nView this post on Instagram Wonderful experience: Columbia Ice field. #holidayincanada #jasper #columbiaicefield #columbiaicefieldglacier #columbiaicefieldadventure #discoveringcanada🇨🇦 A post shared by Eija Kaipainen (@eijakaipainen) on Oct 1, 2019 at 9:43am PDT\nWhile the RCMP is yet to confirm the cause of the accident, a witness on Twitter attributed the rollover to a rockslide.\n“Just left the scene. It's a Sno Coach Glacier tour bus roll over from a rockslide at the Athabasca Glacier,” Rob Kanty wrote.\nAnother witness at the scene described being “stuck” in another coach on the glacier. “... Our coach was ready to go up the hill when we saw the coach in question lost control and roll over,” they reported.\nThere are two of coaches still on the glacier. I’m in one of them.We’ve been stuck here since 2pm and witnessed the whole thing since our coach was ready to go up the hill when we saw the coach is question lost control and roll over— The Free White North (@FreeWhiteNorth) July 18, 2020\nAlberta Premier Jason Kenney described being “saddened” to hear of the situation unfolding at the icefields.\nOn Twitter, Kenney thanked the air ambulance, the emergency services, front-line health workers, and Parks Canada staff for “their quick action and care in responding.”\n“Prayers for all involved in the incident," he added.\nSaddened to hear of this accident in the Icefields.Thanks to @STARSambulance, EMS, front-line health workers, and Parks Canada staff for their quick action and care in responding.Prayers for all involved in the incident. https://t.co/foowkKWJNI— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) July 19, 2020\nThe RCMP continues to investigate the cause of the incident, with help from a collision analyst. Updates will be provided when they’re available, confirmed police.\n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.