One person was killed in a fiery wrong-way crash on Highway 101 in San Jose on Sunday.
The collision occurred early in the morning, at around 5:45 a.m. A white Nissan Altima was traveling north in southbound lanes, when it attempted to make a U-turn.
While turning, the Nissan was hit by a Honda Accord. The driver of the Honda managed to leave her vehicle, but minutes later, both cars were hit by a Toyota Corolla, leading to a car fire.
The driver of the Nissan was killed in the ensuing fire. They have not been publicly identified.
The collision remains under investigation, and it is unclear whether alcohol or drugs were a factor.