GREENVILLE, TX (08/07/2015) — Four people were killed, and two others were critically injured, after a multi-vehicle crash on I-30 early Friday morning.
According to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS), 18-year-old Holly Novak, 19-year-old Dale Neibaur, 19-year-old Kyle Mathers, and 78-year-old Kenneth Frazier were killed, and 18-year-old Hannah Galbraith and 19-year-old Kevin Dicicco were seriously injured, after a multi-vehicle, wrong way crash on Interstate 30 in Greenville, Texas early Friday morning.
The DPS stated that at just before 2:00 a.m., Frazier was traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of I-30 near Lamar Street in a silver Mercury when he crashed head-on into a white SUV carrying five teenagers traveling from Virginia to Austin, Texas.
Shortly after, an 18-wheeler approaching the scene was unable to stop in time and collided with both of the wrecked vehicles, causing the SUV to catch fire.
The impact claimed the lives of Novak, Neibaur, Mathers, and Frazier at the scene of the crash.
Galbraith and Dicicco were reportedly transported to Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas, Texas in critical condition.
Authorities are currently investigating this fatal crash.