LIBERTY COUNTY, Ga. — Six people, including three children, were killed Sunday morning in a head-on crash on a Georgia interstate, authorities said.
The accident happened in Liberty County on Interstate 95 around 2 a.m.
Police said someone spotted a white Lexus traveling southbound in the northbound lane of Interstate 95 around 1 a.m.
Moments later, deputies got a call about a wreck. When deputies arrived, they found two vehicles that had collided head-on, the Coastal Courier reported. There were no survivors.
A 77-year-old man was found dead in the Lexus, and five other people, including three children, were found dead at the scene in a Nissan Rogue.
The Georgia State Patrol identified the five victims in the Nissan as a family from Portsmouth, Virginia.
Sara Robinson, 41; Nathan Robinson, 37; Stephen Robinson,12 or 13; Rebecca Robinson, 13 or 14; and Alexander Robinson, 4 or 5, were all killed in the crash.
The driver of the Lexus has not been identified pending notification of next of kin.
All occupants in both vehicles were wearing seat belts, and police don’t think the at-fault driver was impaired.
The interstate was closed for several hours while deputies worked at the scene, the television station reported.
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