NORWICH, Conn. -- Two people were killed in a three-vehicle crash on Interstate 395 in Connecticut Saturday.
The victims have been identified as 85-year-old John D. Adams and 79-year-old Joan Adams both of Uncasville, Connecticut.
A woman was also seriously injured in the crash, according to police
Police said the crash happened around 6:30 p.m. after a Buick driven by John Adams veered into the right shoulder on the south bound lanes of I-395.
The Buick then came back across both lanes before entering the median and striking the metal beam guar rail causing the car to continue through the median and into the north bound lanes of traffic, according to police.
Authorites said the BUick then struck a Toyota Corrola driven by a 23-year-old woman resulting in the Adams' Buick rolling over and striking a Toyota Sienna.
Both Adams were pronounced dead at the scene. The 23-year-old woman was taken to Backus Hospital before being transferred to Hartford Hospital.
None of the occupants in the Sienna were injured.
I-395 was shutdown into the early hours Sunday and the crash remains under investigation.