Caravan driver kills three after driving wrong way on UK freeway
Three people are dead after a car towing a caravan drove down the wrong side of a highway in England.
The caravan was travelling south on Oxfordshire's M40 at speeds of up to 100km/h before the crash, BBC reports.
Dashcam video captured the Subaru Forester, bearing foreign plates, weaving in and out of traffic before the fatal crash.
The driver and passenger, both in their eighties, died when they slammed into oncoming traffic.
A man in another vehicle, aged in his 30s, was also killed.
Several other vehicles sustained damage in the crash, with debris strewn across the highway.
Authorities said it's not yet clear where the vehicle entered the motorway but they are investigating.
Horrified witnesses placed frantic calls to authorities but police could not intercept the car before the crash.
Oxfordshire is about 100km north-west of London.