ATLANTA (KFVS) - A Royalton man and two small children were killed in a crash in Atlanta Sunday morning.
Jorge Solis, 20, was traveling northbound in the southbound lanes of Interstate 75 in an F-350 pickup truck.
Solis hit a passenger car traveling southbound with five people inside, according to Officer Kim Jones with the Atlanta Police Department.
Three people were pronounced dead at the scene and have now been identified as Halle Young, 7, her brother Kaybrin Osborne, 9, and their grandfather Mike Furlow, 49, according to the children's mother Kimberly Ingolbsy.
Mike Osborne was taken to Atlanta Medical Center. Family member say Mike Osborne was the driver. Osborne is suffering a broken back, neck, ribs, and eye socket according to family members.
His grandson Clayton Flood, 3, was taken to Emery University Hospital and is currently in critical condition.
Solis has been charged with three counts of first degree vehicular homicide, DUI driving the wrong way on a one-way, and serious injury by a vehicle.
The mother of the three children, Kimberly Ingolsby, said her family members were traveling from Franklin County, Ill. to her home near Tampa, Fla.
A candlelight vigil is being held for Kaybrin Osborne by the Benton Cub Scout Pack #28 on Thursday, June 25 at 7:30 p.m. The vigil will be at the First Baptist Church of Benton along South Main Street. Osborne was a member of the pack.