The Glenn County Sheriff's Office has identified the 16-year-old girl killed when her family's SUV rolled over on Interstate 5 near Willows.
The crash happened Wednesday afternoon, near County Road 60. The northbound lanes of the freeway were completely closed for several hours, after the driver of an SUV reportedly got too close to the shoulder, lost control of the vehicle and flipped into the center divide.
According to the Glenn County Sheriff's Office, Ashley Victoria Prado-Zamorano, 16, of Los Angeles, was pronounced dead at the scene. Her sister, Gabrielle Prado, 13, also of Los Angeles, who also in the car at the time of the crash, suffered moderate injuries.
Prado was taken to Glenn Medical Center, and later transferred to Enloe Medical Center.
According to a California Highway Patrol press release, Joaly Morfin, 11, of Rancho Cucamonga, was taken to U.C. Davis Medical Center with major injuries. The CHP reports Morfin's mother, Erika Diaz, was the driver of the SUV.
John Morfin, 39, was taken by air to Enloe Medical Center with major injuries.
Diaz and Joanna Morfin, 9, also of Rancho Cucamonga, suffered minor injuries in the crash.
The Glenn County Sheriff's Office reports an autopsy will be scheduled to determine Prado-Zamorano's exact cause of death.