September 3, 2015
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Georgia police say four people are dead after a pickup going the wrong way up I-95 crashed into a minivan.
Authorities say alcohol likely played a role in this morning's crash. Southbound lanes south of Savannah were shut down for about four hours after the accident.
Police say the pickup was headed north in the center lane when it crashed into the van that was driving from New York to Florida. The truck driver and the van's driver and two passengers were killed.
The van driver's three children have been taken to a hospital where they're expected to survive their injuries.
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