A 4-month-old girl was killed in a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 80 near the Nebraska Crossing Outlets on Saturday.
The crash, which occurred at about 4:45 p.m., led the Nebraska State Patrol to shut down the westbound lanes of the interstate for about three hours.
The victim has been identified as Amilia Johnson of Scottsbluff, according to a news release from the Sarpy County Sheriff's Office.
According to the sheriff's office, Johnson was secured in a child safety seat located in the back seat of a Chevy Cruz driven by 19-year-old Adriana Rodriguez, also of Scottsbluff.
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The sheriff's office said the Chevy Cruze was eastbound on I-80 when the vehicle crossed the center median and entered the westbound lanes, where it collided with a Chrysler minivan driven by 73-year-old Mary Lynch of Omaha.
Rodriguez and two passengers, along with Lynch and one other passenger, were all taken to local hospitals.
The crash remains under investigation by the Sarpy County Sheriff's Office and the South Metro Crash Response Team.