NORTH PLATTE, Neb. -- Authorities have released the names of those involved in a central Nebraska fatal crash. 

According to the Nebraska State Patrol, the accident occurred Thursday around 12:15 p.m., when 28-year-old Kyiaz Ulanov, of Washington, was driving his pickup westbound on Highway 89.

Officials said Ulanov blew through a stop sign at the intersection with Highway 283 and crashed into the passenger side of an SUV. 

The passenger of the SUV, who was pronounced dead at the scene, has been identified as 46 year-old Miriam Mejia Barrientos, of Holdrege.

The four additional occupants of the SUV that were transported to hospitals have also been identified. Thirteen-year-old Sloan Luna Portillo, of Holdrege, was flown to a Kearney hospital where she died.

The driver of the SUV, 43-year-old Olvin Luna, of Holdrege, and an 11-year-old girl were transported to a hospital in Cambridge. Luna was then flown to a hospital in Lincoln.

An 11-year-old boy was transported to a hospital in Norton, Kan. and then flown to a hospital in Wichita.

The two occupants of the pickup were transported to a hospital in Norton as well with non-life- threatening injuries. 

Once released from the hospital, Ulanov was lodged in Phelps County Jail for two counts of motor vehicle homicide and willful reckless driving. 

The Nebraska State Patrol was helped by the Furnas County Sheriff’s Office, Beaver City Fire, and Tri City LifeNet. 

The investigation is ongoing.