RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KABC) -- One person died in a head-on traffic collision involving a vehicle that was driving the wrong way on the freeway early Sunday morning in Riverside.
The driver of a red Ford Mustang entered the eastbound 60 Freeway heading westbound before slamming into a black Dodge Caravan near the Main Street exit around 3:30 a.m.
The collision caused a fire and a passenger in the SUV was killed. The drivers of both vehicles suffered major injuries.
Their conditions are unknown.
California Highway Patrol has reopened all lanes.
Wrong-way freeway collision leaves 1 dead in Riverside