6 killed in horrific wrong-way traffic collision
On Sunday, a wrong-way car crash caused six people to be killed on the Interstate 5 in Woodland, including victims Michelle Doxie, Jessica Garcia Romero, Kristian Macias Paiz, Cristhian Lopez Cambron, Raquel Lopez Valencia, and Yaneth Lopez Cambron, from Williams, according to a local news article from CBS Local.
As per the article, the accident occurred on Sunday at about 12:30 a.m. when a Chevrolet headed south in the northbound lanes crashed into a Dodge vehicle carrying five occupants.
California Highway Patrol stated that as a result, both vehicles caught on fire and became fully engulfed in flames about 20 miles northwest of Sacramento.
Authorities say that the driver of the Chevrolet that was driving the wrong way, identified as Michelle Doxie, 38, was killed as a result of the accident along with everyone inside the other vehicle.
Jessica Garcia Romero, 19, from Williams; Kristian Macias Paiz, 23, from Williams; Cristhian Lopez Cambron, 25, from Williams, Raquel Lopez Valencia, 21, from Williams, and Yaneth Lopez Cambron, 19, from Williams, were all identified as the victims who passed away, reported authorities.
Currently, this incident is under review in an ongoing investigation by the authorities, and further details will be reviewed and released to the public as it is determined.
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