BALDWIN COUNTY, Ala. (WALA) -- Alabama State Troopers have identified one of the victims killed in Monday's deadly wrong-way crash on I-10 in Baldwin County.

Investigators said 54-year-old Kevin Andrews of Milton, Florida died when the vehicle he was in was struck by a driver going the wrong way on I-10 in an attempt to get away from a Baldwin County deputy. His father, 81-year-old Joseph Andrews of St. Simons Island, Georgia, was seriously injured in the crash and is hospitalized at University Hospital in Mobile. Both victims were using their seat belts.

At last check Joseph was listed in "serious condition."

According to Facebook, Kevin was a fitness trainer and registered dietician.

All three people in the vehicle fleeing from investigators were also killed in the crash. Positive identification is pending because the vehicle they were in burst into flames on impact.

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