YORK COUNTY, SC. (THECOUNT) — Jasmine Givens, Briasia Moore, Nykiera Moore and Rylee Pate, all of Rock Hill, South Carolina, have been identified as the victims in a Sunday vehicle crash in York County, South Carolina.
Givens, 27, Briasia Moore, 20, Nykiera Moore, 17, and 5-year-old Pate, were all killed in a wrong-way vehicle crash in York Township.
According to reports, a Chrysler 200 was traveling on Interstate 77 near Mile Marker 80, in New Philadelphia, when the vehicle came into head-on contact with a Chrysler 300 around 12:30 a.m. Sunday.
Police say, both vehicles involved were occupied by family members.
The 5-year-old victim was in one vehicle and a pair of sisters and their cousin were in a second vehicle.
All three people in the Chrysler 200 died at the crash scene. The child in the Chrysler 300, the wrong-way vehicle, also died in the crash.
The female driver of the Chrysler 300, in which Pate was a passenger, was transported to an area hospital with injuries believed to be life-threatening.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation.
Geo quick facts: York County is a northern County in the U.S. state of South Carolina. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 226,073. Its county seat is the town of York, and its largest city is Rock Hill. The county is served by one interstate highway, I-77 – Wikipedia.