Someone has a big payday looming..... whooooops [video=youtube;CLlg2xSH08s]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CLlg2xSH08s[/video] Death toll rises to 10 in fiery Orland crash ORLAND, Calif. —Ten people am dead and dozens be injured from a fiery, head-on Glenn County crash Thursday between a FedEx delivery truck and a charter bus carrying high school students on a visit to a Northern California college, police said. The drivers of the truck and bus were among the dead, along with seven others riding the charter bus, California Highway Patrol dispatchers said. Police have confirmed those seven were teenage students, the CHP said "Anne and I extend our heartfelt and deep sympathies to the families, friends and loved ones of those who died in the tragic accident near Orland this evening," California Gov. Jerry Brown said in an emailed statement. "As we mourn the loss of those who died, we join all Californians in expressing our gratitude for the tireless work of the Red Cross and emergency personnel who responded bravely to this terrible tragedy." In addition to the fatalities, about 35 people were hospitalized in the Interstate 5 collision. The bus and truck were on opposite sides of I-5 when the truck crossed a grassy median and slammed into the bus, causing an explosion and fire near Orland, a CHP dispatcher told the Associated Press. The wreck happened just after 5:40 p.m., near Highway 32. Massive flames could be seen devouring both vehicles just after the crash, and clouds of smoke billowed into the sky until firefighters had quenched the fire, leaving behind scorched black hulks of metal. Bodies were draped in yellow plastic inside the burned-out bus. Investigators say the truck driver might have been trying to avoid a passenger car that was also involved in the collision. The bus was one of two that the admissions office at Humboldt State University had chartered to bring prospective students from Southern California up to tour the Arcata campus, Humboldt's Vice President of Administrative Affairs Joyce Lopes said. University police were trying to determine what school districts the students were from and fielding telephone calls from anxious parents, Lopes said. "Our hearts go out to those who have been affected, and we are here to support them, and their families, in any way possible," Humboldt State's President Rollin Richmond said on the school's website.