Two people were killed and three people were injured in two wrong-way crashes overnight.
The first crash happened in Rowlett along the President George Bush Turnpike at Main Street.
Police say a Tahoe was driving the wrong way in the southbound lanes and hit a man riding a motorcycle.
Both the driver of the car and the motorcyclist died in the crash.
The car caught fire after the crash, but a passenger was able to get out and was not injured.
In Dallas County, four cars were involved in another wrong-way crash.
It happened on southbound Highway 67.
Police say an SUV was driving the wrong way and collided head on with a white sedan.
Three people were injured, including a child. All were taken to local hospitals.