Pennsylvania State Police are releasing new details after a weekend car crash killed three people.
Pennsylvania State Police say the accident look place on State Route 81 in the Harford Township in Susquehanna County on Saturday night.
The say they received a 911 call around 11 p.m. stating that a white pickup truck was traveling north in the southbound lanes of I-81.
Shortly after, another call was placed that stated there was a crash.
An investigation found that the pickup, driven by Brooks Lee, 44, of Binghamton, was driving in the wrong lane when he struck a Kia Sedona head on.
Police say Lee died at the scene.
They say that two of the eight occupants of the Kia also died as a result of the crash, and that the other six occupants were taken to area hospitals to be treated for injuries.
The occupants in the Kia that died were Sandra Caicedo and Clemencia Gallo, both females from Equador.
Police say Gallo was not wearing a seat belt.
Police say an investigation found that Lee was at a McDonalds in Hallstead around 10 p.m. that night.
Police say witnesses saw his vehicle stop in the south bound lane of I-81, execute a “K” turn, and began traveling north in the south bound lane just north exit 211.
Police say a download from the airbag control module found that Lee was traveling around 62 mph with no braking prior to the impact.
They say toxicology is still pending, and the investigation is ongoing.
Anyone with information is asked to call PSP Gibson at (570) 465-3154.