The family of a woman killed in an early morning, wrong-way crash on the Bayway says she was driving home from a wedding.

Mobile Police identified her earlier as 24 year old Kaytrielle Jones of Molino, Florida.

They say she was one of two people killed.

Kaytrielle Jones

Police have not released the name of the second driver, who they say is a male.

According to a GoFundMe page, Jones was killed driving home from a wedding.

The page says Kaytrielle loved her family and God, Jehovah, and was beautiful, vivacious, and fun.

Alan Hardy says he was driving home from Daphne to Mobile about 1:20 Monday morning when he saw a terrifying sight.

He said, "I saw out of the corner of my eye a flash of red, and I looked up and I saw taillights, and it took me a second to realize that I was watching a car drive the wrong way down I-10 on the wrong side of the Bayway."

Hardy also said, "I was freaking out and said, 'Oh my God, he's hit somebody, he's hit somebody.'"

Hardy says the car was moving at a high rate of speed and that the accident scene was near the Battleship.

Police say both drivers died on the scene.

It's a sight Hardy has a difficult time getting out of his mind.

He said, "I think I got maybe three hours of sleep before I had to get up and be here this morning and be at work so, it was, yeah, it was hard. It was difficult."

There were no other reported injuries and police say the investigation is ongoing.

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