Five members of a Georgia family were killed in a crash in Alabama, police and news outlets said.
Montgomery officers said the collision happened around 12:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18, when a 2021 Toyota Corolla hit an 18-wheeler after exiting onto Interstate 65 North going the wrong way.
The driver of the Toyota, 49-year-old Maria Baltazar, died at the scene, according to a Nov. 18 news release from the police department.
Son of Balthazar daughter-in-law and two of her grandchildren were also killed in the crash, the Associated Press and Montgomery Adviser reported. Police said Veronica Gonzalez, 28; Hosea Lopez, 27; Christian Lopez Gonzalez, 10; and Edwardo Lopez Gonzalez, 4, were also pronounced dead at the scene.
The family was from Cairo, about 230 miles south of Atlanta.
Police said the investigation is ongoing.