In a scary weekend for freeway driving, 11 people were killed in two wrong-way crashes—one in Florida and one in California, CNN reports. The Florida crash occurred early this morning on Tampa's Interstate 275 when a Ford Expedition going south in a northbound lane struck a Hyundai, killing the Expedition driver and all four people in the Hyundai, who were men ages 20 and 21. Another driver shot a video of the accident and screamed "Oh my god! Oh my god!" as a vehicle erupted into a ball of fire, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
The California crash happened in Pomona this morning when the driver of a Chevrolet Camaro, going the wrong way on the 57 freeway, ran into a Ford Explorer and smashed into a Ford Freestyle, ABC 7 reports. The Ford Explorer was cut in half and six people—one male, five females—were pronounced dead at the scene. A seventh victim was taken to Irvine Medical Center. The Camaro driver, Olivia Culbreath, 21, was arrested for manslaughter and suspected DUI at the scene. She's being treated for a ruptured bladder and broken femur at County USC Medical Center.