All five killed in I-10 wreck identified; names released on four (Updated 11:10 a.m.)

GAUTIER -- The last of the five killed in Wednesday's six-vehicle wreck on Interstate 10 have been identified by Jackson County officials.

But Coroner Vicki Broadus said the name of an Hispanic man who was killed will not be released until they reach his family in Mexico, which could take days. He was one of two men killed in a pickup that ran under an 18-wheeler in the wreck. The other man killed is Steven Johnson, 50, of Mobile, a supervisor at MAS Construction in Mobile.

Also identified among the dead are Alayah Wesley, 5, and Sabriya Thomas Barnes, 29, both of Moss Point and both riding in a mini-van in the pileup. Alayah's mother and brother were in the van and were taken to an area hospital.

Thomas Andrews of Mobile, district manager of the Dollar Stores in the area, was killed in a passenger car that exploded and burned during the wreck.

Read more in Friday's Sun Herald.