Police say a drunk 21-year-old woman driving over 100 miles per hour the wrong way down a freeway collided head-on into another vehicle early Sunday morning, killing six people. And an eerily similar collision killed five people driving on a Florida interstate around the same time.
Olivia Carolee Culbreath was speeding in a red Chevrolet Camaro on the 60 freeway around 4:40 am, with at least two passengers in her car. She collided head-on into a red Ford Explorer. Another car was also reportedly involved in the accident.
Police say there was evidence of alcohol in the Camaro.
Culbreath, who suffered a broken femur and a ruptured bladder, was arrested for felony driving under the influence and felony manslaughter.
Meanwhile, in Florida, a similar early-morning head-on collision killed the wrong-way driver and four college students. The driver was going the wrong way down the center lane of Interstate 275 in Tampa and crashed into the college students, which ignited a fire.
Caution, this video is extremely graphic.