Four people are dead, including three teenagers, in a major wreck on Interstate 30 near Greenville.

At around 1:50 a.m., a wrong-way driver was headed east on I-30 in the westbound lanes. The car collided with an SUV carrying five people. Both vehicles were then struck by a semi.

Four people died and two were hospitalized from injuries sustained in the wreck.

The wrong-way driver was identified as Kenneth G. Frazier, 78, of Royce City. He died in the crash.

The driver and two passengers from the SUV were also killed: Dale Neibaur, 19; Holly Novak, 18; and Kyle Mathers, 19, all of Virginia.

Two people from the SUV were taken to area hospitals: Hannah Galbraith, 18, and Kevin Dicicco, of Virginia. Galbraith was reported in critical condition following the crash. Dicicco was in stable condition.

A dog in Frazier’s car was also killed. The driver of the semi was not injured.

DPS stated the teenagers were traveling to Austin for a gaming festival.

It is not known if Frazier was drunk during the accident. A toxicology test has been submitted.

I-30 was shut down for about four hours while crews cleared the scene.