Texas Department of Public Safety has identified the people involved in the head-on crash in Hays County that killed three people and one dog on Ranch Road 12 Tuesday.

The crash involved a brown Dodge pickup and a Toyota Camry.

The pickup was carrying Pablo Ramirez-Ramirez; Juan Ramirez; Matias Vasquez, 24; and Pablo Ramirez-Gonzalez, 14. Pablo Ramirez-Ramirez died in the crash. DPS said they are unsure whether the teen was wearing a seatbelt, but know that everyone else was.

The Toyota was carrying Patsy Polzin, 79, and Douglas Polzin, 58, who both died on the scene. Both were wearing seatbelts.

DPS said the crash happened around two miles south of Hugo Road around 11 a.m. Tuesday. The pickup was driving eastbound toward San Marcos and attempted to pass in a no-passing zone. The pickup crossed the double yellow line. The Dodge crashed into the Toyota traveling westbound toward Wimberley.

The three other people in the pickup were taken to area hospitals and their conditions are not known as of Wednesday morning. One of the people transported was taken by STAR Flight.

RR 12 was closed for several hours as officials cleared the scene.