The entire country is taking to social media to react to the deadly crash in Diamond Bar, Calif. Sunday.
A crash caused by a 21-year-old wrong-way driver going eastbound on the westbound Pomona (60) Freeway in L.A. County killed six people and injured at least one other person, authorities said.
The driver of the Camaro in the crash, Fontana resident Olivia Culbreath, was arrested on suspicion of felony drunken driving and felony manslaughter. Culbreath is at the Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center in serious condition, according to the L.A. Times.
Investigators of the crash believe the contents of Culbreath's car indicate alcohol was involved, the L.A. Times story said.
Among those killed was a family of four, according to the Daily Mail. Media outlets around the world covered the story throughout the day.
As of Sunday evening the county coroner's office had only released the gender and age of those killed. Their names had not been released: two were 24-year-old women—one from Rialto and the other from Chino—the third was a 47-year-man, whose hometown was undetermined, Corral said.