Four people are dead following a wrong-way crash that occurred just after midnight on Sunday, according to the Arizona Department of Public Safety.
According to DPS, a wrong-way vehicle was reported driving southbound in the northbound lane on I-19 near milepost 46 around 12:45 a.m.
The wrong-way driver, 52-year-old Tamvra Hoskins of Green Valley, collided head-on with a Nissan Sentra occupied by a mother and her three sons.
DPS says the mother and two of her children were killed in the crash. DPS identified them as 41-year-old Edith A. Munoz, 24-year-old Mario A. Gradillas and 19-year-old Saul E. Gradillas of Tucson.
The third son, a 14-year-old, was air-lifted to Banner UMC with life-threatening injuries. An updated on his condition was not immediately available Monday.
The wrong-way driver also died in the crash. DPS says impairment will be determined by the medical examiner.
Colonel Frank Milstead, the Director of the Arizona Department of Public Safety, tweeted about the fatal crash on Sunday.
"The toll impaired drivers take on our friends/family and neighbors," Milstead wrote. "A horrific night for my Troopers."
ABC15 has reached out to DPS for more information regarding the second wrong-way crash mentioned by Milstead.
The investigation into the deadly crash is ongoing. Stay with ABC15 for updates.
The toll impaired drivers take on our friends/family and neighbors. A horrific night for my Troopers. 6 fatalities a family of 4 killed & injured by WW driver & another WW driver stopped by a Trooper w/o a fatal ending. Be aware while driving you may need to save yourself.— Col. Frank Milstead (@frank_milstead) May 5, 2019