11 Dead In Wrong-Way Crashes In Florida, California
(Undated) — Eleven people are dead after wrong-way crashes in Florida and California. Five people were killed early this morning in a fiery head-on crash on I-275 in Tampa. Authorities say four fraternity brothers from the University of South Florida were killed when their Hyundai Sonata was hit by a Ford Expedition traveling the wrong way. The driver of the Expedition was burned beyond recognition. Also this morning, six people are dead after a suspected drunken driver crashed while driving the wrong way on the Pomona Freeway in Diamond Bar, California. Cops arrested a 21-year-old woman on suspicion of felony drunken driving and felony manslaughter in connection with the crash.