The two men in their 20s killed in a wrong-way Pauma Valley crash Friday have been identified.
The medical examiner's office says Alexander Gerald Parks, 27, and Andrew Michael Parks, 24, died after their Mazda Miata slammed head-on into a box truck.
Andrew was behind the wheel at about 10:30 a.m. Friday as he and Alexander drove east on State Route 76 in the Rincon area.
Their Miata drifted into westbound lanes for unknown reasons and hit the box truck heading the opposite way, according to the medical examiner's office.
Both inside the Miata died instantly, the California Highway Patrol says. Two men in the box truck, a 49-year-old and a 43-year-old, suffered minor injuries.
Officials told NBC 7 the truck's driver was unable to avoid the collision. The crash is still under investigation.