Victims identified of truck-van crash on I-10
Web Producer: Marissa Pasquet
TUCSON (KGUN9-TV/AP) - Three Texas residents and a Georgia man were the four people killed in a fiery crash north of Tucson, according to authorities.
Officials with the Arizona Department of Public Safety say 46-year-old Derrick Bryan Reynolds, 42-year-old Wendy A. Reynolds and 20-year-old Joachim S. Reynolds all were inside a minivan that caught on fire after being hit by a big rig.
They were all from Pittsburg, Texas, but it remains unclear how the three are related.
DPS officials say the driver of the big rig was 61-year-old Rickey J. Duffey, of Fayetteville, Ga.
Authorities say Duffey lost control of the commercial vehicle carrying a load of produce and went through the median, smashing into the minivan and another car.
DPS says the minivan caught fire and the rig rolled onto its side, killing Duffey.