Current, former Arkansas high school students identified as 5 killed in Wyoming wrong-way crash
Five current and former Arkansas high school students who were visiting Jackson Hole Bible College have been identified as the victims killed this week in a wrong-way crash along Interstate 80 in Wyoming.
"Our fellowship is mourning the loss of five of our young adults — Salomon Correa, Magdalene Franco, Andrea Prime, Susana Prime, and Ava Luplow," the Faith Bible Fellowship Church in North Little Rock wrote on Facebook.
"After spending a week in Jackson Hole visiting Jackson Hole Bible College, they were involved in a multi-vehicle collision on an interstate in Wyoming."
WYOMING HIGHWAY CRASH CAUSED BY WRONG-WAY DRIVER LEAVES 5 DEADThe Sylvan Hills High School in Sherwood said Susana "Suzy" Prime and Luplow were current students, while Andrea Prime, Correa and Franco were recent graduates.
Their ages ranged from 18 to 23, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
The Humble Crumb Bakery in Sherwood, where both Susana Prime and Luplow worked, describe the pair as "gems" and said news of the crash "has broken our hearts and we are still trying the wrap our minds around this new reality."
They are now with HIM in glory and while we suffer their loss, our hearts are also filled with hope."
"We had some alumni and friends visiting from North Little Rock, Arkansas" and "they were in a fatal car accident on their way back to Arkansas," the Jackson Hole Bible College said in a statement.
"Would you please keep their families in your prayers and also the staff and students here on campus?
The driver of the Dodge Ram who allegedly caused the wrong-way crashes has not been identified, but officials said the individual "may receive future charges as the investigation unfolds."
The Wyoming Highway Patrol did not immediately respond Wednesday to a request from Fox News Digital for comment.
A funeral for the current and former students is scheduled for Feb. 4.