TOLEDO, Ohio -

Authorities say an Ohio crash involving a wrong-way driver has killed two Michigan people about 15 miles from where a collision claimed the lives of a wrong-way driver and three college students earlier this month.

Toledo police say Ronnell Richards and Khary Phenix, both 37, of Monroe, Mich., were in a car heading the wrong direction on Interstate 75 in Toledo at about 3 a.m. Monday when it collided with a truck.

The driver of the truck, 27-year-old Kevina Thomas of Toledo, was hospitalized with injuries that did not appear life threatening.

A March 2 crash on I-75 south of Toledo killed a wrong-way driver and three Bowling Green University students. Another motorist was arrested Wednesday after hitting a vehicle while heading the wrong way on I-475 outside Toledo.