DORAVILLE, Ga. (Atlanta News First) – A late Friday morning fatal crash on Buford Highway that killed two people and injured two others is under investigation, according to the Chamblee Police Department.

“I’ve seen the stuff and everything. It’s really, really bad. For the family, for the two guys there (who died). So, it’s not really good,” said Elias, who was walking by and witnessed the crash.

It happened in the 5200 block of the highway in Doraville.

Police said a Mazda Sedan was driving south on Buford Highway when it veered into on-coming traffic and collided head-on with a Chevy Silverado truck.

There were four people in the car, including the two people killed, according to police. The other two people, including the driver, are in critical condition, police said.

Elias said the Mazda looked to be going upwards of 70 mph

Buford Highway has a speed limit of 35 mph.

Police said the truck’s driver is in stable condition.

Around 2:30 p.m., the highway reopened to drivers.

Chamblee police said they are assisting the Doraville Police Department in the investigation. Georgia State Patrol has taken the lead on the case, according to officials.

Doraville officials said the two injured were rushed to Grady Memorial Hospital where they were in critical condition, as of Friday afternoon.