We now know the name of the Sioux Falls man who was killed driving the wrong way on Interstate 90 on July 22.

The South Dakota Highway Patrol says 31-year-old Samuel Vining was behind the wheel of a 2020 Hyundai Elantra traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes of I-90, 18 miles west of Kadoka.

At about 9:39 PM, Vining's vehicle crashed head-on with a 2016 Chrysler Town and Country Van that was driving east in the eastbound lane of I-90 near mile marker 134.

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The driver of the Chrysler Town and Country, Isaac Thompson, age 24, of Stevens Point, Wisconsin, sustained serious non-life-threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to the Philip Hospital.

A passenger in the van, Mahra Wick, age 22, sustained serious non-life-threatening injuries and was taken by ambulance to a Rapid City hospital.

Both were wearing a seatbelt.

Vining, who was also wearing a seatbelt, sustained fatal injuries.

I-90 was closed at mile maker 131 and traffic was detoured for about two hours. The Highway Patrol is still investigating the crash.

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