BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) -- FOX10 News has learned the name of the driver who led Baldwin County deputies on a high-speed chase the wrong way on Interstate 10.

The Baldwin County coroner said the man was 26-year-old Dominic Scotti Garcia Jr. of San Antonio, Texas. He was identified through dental records because his body was so badly burned in the crash.

Garcia was one of five people killed in the April 1 crash.

Joseph Andrews, 81, and Kevin Andrews, 54, were innocent victims who were killed when their vehicle was struck head-on by Garcia.

I-10 crash victims

Joseph Andrews, left, and Kevin Andrews

Two other people were in the vehicle with Garcia when he led deputies on the chase. One of them has been identified as 34-year-old Crystal Lee Moradie of Converse, Texas.

The coroner said the other person remains unidentified because they did not have dental records. It could take several months to make a positive identification.

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