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Four die in I-95 wreck

A man driving a pickup truck and travelling the wrong way on I-95 collided head-on with a minivan near mile marker 85 in Bryan County at approximately 6:30 a.m. Saturday morning, according to the Georgia State Patrol. Both drivers were killed – as were two passengers in the minivan.

Southbound lanes were closed for about four hours after the accident. Trooper Chris Cuddington said the pickup was headed north in the center southbound lane.

Cuddington said the driver of the pickup, 28-year-old Clinton, South Carolina resident Michael Delph, is suspected to have been intoxicated, noting there were open containers inside Delph’s Chevy S-10.

Cuddington said the minivan contained a family from Apopka, Florida on their way back from a visit to New York. Killed were driver Michelle Carryl, 41, her 19-year-old cousin Dwight Spencer – both from Apopka – and her uncle, 59-year-old Queens, New York resident Cyril Millington.

Carryl’s three children, a 15-year-old boy and girls 9 and 13, were injured and taken to Memorial. Their injuries are reportedly not life threatening.

The accident is currently being investigated.

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