GREEN VALLEY, Ariz. (AP) -- Authorities have identified the wrong-way driver and three others killed in a deadly collision near Green Valley.
Arizona Department of Public Safety officials confirmed Monday that 52-year-old Tamvra Hoskins was traveling the wrong way on Interstate 19 when her car crashed head-on with another vehicle.
Hoskins, of Green Valley, did not survive the Sunday morning crash.
DPS spokeswoman Vanessa Sevilla says the driver of the other car, 41-year-old Edith Munoz of Tucson, and her two sons, 24-year-old Mario Gradillas and 19-year-old Saul Gradillas, were also killed.
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
Munoz's 14-year-old son survived but was airlifted to a hospital with life-threatening injuries. His condition was not immediately known Monday.
DPS officials say they have not determined how Hoskins ended up driving the wrong way.