By CBS13 Staff

SACRAMENTO COUNTY (CBS13) – Authorities say a head-on crash in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta left one person dead and three children – including two young boys – hurt Sunday night.

California Highway Patrol says, around 10:20 p.m., two cars were involved in a head-on crash along Highway 160 north of the Antioch Bridge. Witness reported that one of the vehicles, a Mazda, was driving recklessly just before it crossed over into the opposite lane.

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Officers say the Mazda driver was the person pronounced dead at the scene. Three other people were in the Mazda – a 15-year-old girl and two boys aged 6 and 4 in the back seat. Neither boy were in a child seat nor were wearing seatbelts, CHP says.

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Both boys were flown to area hospitals, one to Children’s Hospital in Oakland and the other to the UC Davis Medical Center. The teen girl was taken to a hospital in the East Bay. All suffered major injuries, officers say.

The driver of the vehicle that was struck head-on suffered major injuries but is reportedly in stable condition.

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CHP has not released the name of the driver killed in the crash, but he has been identified as a San Ramon resident. Alcohol is believed to be a factor in the crash, officers say.