Half an Indiana family was killed Saturday morning after a woman driving in the wrong direction down a highway crashed into the family's car.
Indiana State Police confirmed four people - the parents, their teenage son, and the driver of the wrong-way vehicle died on Interstate 90.
According to law enforcement, the 1.40am collision in Gary happened because the driver of a Toyota SUV that was traveling west in the eastbound lanes with no headlights on.
A crash on Interstate 90, early Saturday in Gary, Indiana killed four people, including a child
The collision happened after a wrong-way driver in a Toyota SUV was traveling west in the eastbound lanes with no headlights
Identified as 25-year-old Tiara Davis of Calumet City, Illinois, alcohol is though to be a factor in the collision, which happened after she had been driving seven miles.
Chicago family Octavio Chavez-Renovato, 45, his 34-year-old wife, Eva Gonzales, and their son, 14-year-old Luis, passed away as a result of the Jeep smash.
Daughters 10-year-old Emily, 11-year-old Damaris and seven-month-old Florali, sustained serious to critical injuries but are still alive after being taken to the