HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) -- Huntington police have released the names of those involved in a wrong-way collision on Interstate 64.
Officer Scott Hudson says 29-year-old Andy Withrow of Albany, Ohio, was driving a pickup truck the wrong way early Friday when it struck an SUV carrying a family of five from Charlotte, N.C. Withrow and a passenger in the pickup, 27-year-old Derrick Williams of Athens, Ohio, were killed. Williams owned the pickup.
Hudson on Tuesday identified those in the SUV as 36-year-old Kristina and 40-year-old Michael Dudan and their children, 9-year-old Casey, 7-year-old Jacob and 3-year-old Alena.
Hospital officials say Jacob Dudan was in critical condition Tuesday. Michael Dudan was in serious condition, while Kristina Dudan and the couple's other two children were in good condition.