Three people were killed after a driver going the wrong way on I-69 in Pike County crashed into two other vehicles. According to Indiana State Police, Trooper Hunter Manning was parked on southbound I-69 Friday when a driver stopped to tell him someone was driving north in the southbound lanes. Manning found the Chevy Tahoe, being driven by 48-year-old Brian Paquette, of Newsport News, Virginia, and drove onto the median to get Paquette’s attention. That’s when Paquette entered the median and made a U-turn into the northbound lanes, heading south. Trooper Manning began to follow Paquette, and witnessed Paquette plow into the two vehicles. 22-year-old Stephanie Molinet, of Elberfeld, was driving in the northbound passing lane when the vehicles struck head-on. The impact caused Paquette’s vehicle to rotate clockwise and into the path of a 2011 GMC Terrain, that was traveling in the northbound driving lane. The driver of that vehicle, 44-year-old Jason Lowe, was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger, 46-year-old Samantha Lowe, was taken to Deaconess for treatment. Molinet was taken to Deaconess Hospital as well, where she died from her injuries early Saturday morning. Another passenger, 21-year-old Autumn Kapperman, was pronounced dead at the scene. Paquette was taken to Deaconess Hospital, where he was being treated for non-life threatening injuries.