According to authorities, a vehicle mishap happened on a Tennessee roadway in the early hours of Sunday, killing six females, including a one-year-old infant.
When first rescuers got on I-24 in Robertson County, about 30 miles north of Nashville, they found a flipped car with considerable damage.
According to the Robertson County Emergency Medical Services staff, the six females, ranging in age from one to recently eighteen, were thrown from the vehicle and died as a result.
The agency did not provide demographic information for the deceased. In addition, two adults were wounded, including a seriously injured lady who appeared to have been tossed from the vehicle and was flown by medical aircraft to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
A guy who claimed to have been in the vehicle was transported to TriStar Skyline Trauma Center in Nashville with slight injuries. The deceased was not quickly recognized, and their connections were unclear.
A second vehicle was found near the wrecked vehicle, but the driver looked to be unhurt.
Four ALS vehicles and one air ambulance were rushed to the site.
The cause of the mishap remained unknown as of early Monday morning.