2 injured in overnight crash on I-75 near Delk Road

A driver is in critical condition after being struck by another vehicle on Interstate 75 NB near Delk Road overnight.

Marietta Police says the incident happened Sunday around 3 a.m. It appears that 29-year-old Quashawn Gentry of Kennesaw lost control of his vehicle, striking a 2015 Toyota Highlander. He spun out and came to a stop in the middle of the interstate.

The driver of the Highlander, later identified as 48-year-old Leticia Selgado, moved her vehicle to the side of interstate after being hit.

Investigators say Gentry exited his vehicle while still in the middle of the road, and was hit by at least one car. The 2010 Toyota Corolla he was driving was struck by three other vehicles: a 2018 Volvo S90 driven by 44-year-old Robert Moody of Kennesaw, a 2018 McLaren 570S driven by 39-year-old Mercer Piper of Lithonia, and a 2001 Hyundai Elantra driven by 54-year-old Corey Griffin of Columbus.

Gentry was rushed to the emergency room at WellStar Kennestone with life-threatening injuries.

Griffin was also taken to the same hospital to be treated for minor injuries.

Marietta Police says this is an ongoing investigation. Anyone with more information is encouraged to contact the department at 770-794-5352.