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Sad news out of Bowling Green State University, as three sorority sisters were killed and two critically injured early Friday when a 69-year-old woman driving the wrong way on I-75 north of Bowling Green struck their car head-on.

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Winifred D. Lein, who was driving the wrong way on the interstate, also died in the crash after her car became engulfed in flames.

Christina Goyett, 19, of Bay City, Mich. was pronounced dead at the scene, as was Sarah Hammond, 21, of Yellow Springs, Ohio, who was seated in the left rear seat. Rebekah Blakkolb, 20, of Aurora, Ohio, who was seated in the rear middle seat, died at University of Toledo Medical Center.

According to Toledo News, two other passengers in Goyett’s car, Kayla A. Somoles, 19, of Parma, Ohio, and Angelica J. Mormile, 19, of Garfield Heights, Ohio were both in critical condition at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center.

Rodney Rogers, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost at Bowling Green State University said in a news conference:

“We are reminded in these times that life is very, very precious. Tragedies like today you hope never happen.”

A scheduled Mass Friday afternoon at St. Thomas More Catholic Church was held in honor of the victims.

ABOVE: The BGSU students killed in Friday’s wrong-way I-75 crash are, from left, Christina Goyett, 19, of Bay City, Mich.; Sarah Hammond, 21, of Yellow Springs, Ohio; and Rebekah Blakkolb, 20, of Aurora, Ohio.

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