A wrong-way driver appears to have caused a crash on Interstate 10 that sent two people to the hospital early Sunday.
Redlands Fire officials posted information on the crash on their Facebook page. The incident was reported at 4:30 a.m. according to the online report.
The investigation is ongoing, but fire officials said it was a head-on crash. Initial reports from the California Highway Patrol indicated that one of the drivers was traveling the wrong way, heading east on the westbound bound lanes when it crashed into several vehicles head-on, according to fire officials.
The first arriving fire units found four vehicles involved with major damage blocking three freeway lanes, officials wrote. Two were injured taken to hospitals for treatment.