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Dale Neibaur, 19, Holly Novak, 18, Kyle Mathers, 19, and Kenneth G. Frazier, 78, killed, and Hannah Galbaith, 18, and Kevin DiCicco, 19, injured in wrong-way crash between passenger vehicle and tractor trailer on Interstate 30 near Greenville, Texas

Modified Date: 
Sun, 08/09/2015 - 3:19pm
Accident Date: 
Friday, August 7, 2015

Wrong-way driver triggers North Texas wreck that kills 4

Four people have died, including three teenagers, when a wrong-way driver triggered a collision on a North Texas interstate. He says three of the teens died at the scene, along with the driver of the other vehicle. Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Kyle Bradford told KTVT-TV in Dallas that a tractor-trailer then struck both vehicles. Another teen was transported in critical condition while the condition of the fifth teen was not immediately known. 

Four dead in Hunt County wrong-way crash

HUNT COUNTY -- A devastating crash in Hunt County has left four people and a dog dead. An SUV carrying five teenagers collided with a wrong-way driver at about 1:40 a.m. on Interstate 30, just east of Greenville, Friday. Another teen was taken to a hospital in Hunt County. The wrong-way driver, an older man, and his dog also died. Three of the teens died at the scene.

Police identify Virginia teenagers killed in fiery crash on Texas interstate

Three Virginia teenagers were killed and two injured in a fiery crash on Interstate 30 in Texas Friday morning. While police could not yet release the hometowns of the Virginia teenagers, they did release their names.  Dale Neibaur, 19 (DECEASED) Holly Novak, 18 (DECEASED) Kyle Mathers, 19 (DECEASED) Hannah Galbaith, 18 Kevin DiCicco, 19 Galbaith and DiCicco were injured in the crash and taken to the hospital, Trooper Bradford said. The wrong-way driver, identified as Kenneth G. Frazier, 78, of Royce City, Texas was killed in the crash.

Virginia Vigil To Be Held For 3 Teens Killed In North TexasCrash

Three northern Virginia teenagers who died in a car crash in North Texas are to be remembered at a vigil. Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Kyle Bradford says two other teens in the SUV were hospitalized after the crash. A spokesman for Fairfax County Public Schools in Virginia says the teens were 2014 Herndon High School graduates. A Texas public safety official says the three died Friday when a SUV they were riding in collided with a silver Mercury going the wrong way on Interstate-30 in Greenville. Trinity Presbyterian Church in Herndon will hold the vigil Sunday at 6 p.m. in honor of 19-year-olds Kyle Mathers and Dale Neibaur and 18-year-old Holly Novak.
Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Dale Neibaur
Holly Novak
Kyle Mathers
Kenneth G. Frazier
Hannah Galbaith
Kevin DiCicco
Roadway: 
Interstate 30

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