STOCKTON (CBS/AP) — Two people were killed and eight others injured after a minivan filled with 10 teenagers lost control on a San Joaquin Delta road near Stockton.

The California Highway Patrol says the 2006 Toyota Sienna veered off Eight Mile Road west of Stockton around at 3:45 p.m. Friday and plunged 10 feet into White Slough where it landed on its roof.

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A boy died at the scene and a girl died after being taken to the hospital. Eight others were taken to the hospital, with some suffering from hypothermia after being in the water.

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The CHP said the teens ranged from 13 to 17 years old and several of the passengers were not wearing seat belts.

Investigators said the 17-year-old driver did not have a license; they don’t believe alcohol was a factor in the crash.

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