Vermont

Suspect in crash that killed 5 teens is in fair condition

  • A mourner cradles a candle Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, during a vigil attended by about 1,000 at Harwood Union High School in Duxbury, Vt., held for the teenaged victims killed in Saturday night's crash on Interstate 89 in Williston. Four of the five teens killed by the wrong-way driver were students at Harwood. The fifth student killed was from Fayston and attended a private school in New Hampshire. (Stefan Hard/Times Argus via AP)

    A mourner cradles a candle Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, during a vigil attended by about 1,000 at Harwood Union High School in Duxbury, Vt., held for the teenaged victims killed in Saturday night's crash on Interstate 89 in Williston. Four of the five teens killed by the wrong-way driver were students at Harwood. The fifth student killed was from Fayston and attended a private school in New Hampshire. (Stefan Hard/Times Argus via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • Mourners hold candles Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, during a vigil attended by about 1,000 at Harwood Union High School in Duxbury, Vt., held for the teenaged victims killed in Saturday night's crash on Interstate 89 in Williston. Four of the five teens killed by the wrong-way driver were students at Harwood. The fifth student killed was from Fayston and attended a private school in New Hampshire. (Stefan Hard/Times Argus via AP)

    Mourners hold candles Monday, Oct. 10, 2016, during a vigil attended by about 1,000 at Harwood Union High School in Duxbury, Vt., held for the teenaged victims killed in Saturday night's crash on Interstate 89 in Williston. Four of the five teens killed by the wrong-way driver were students at Harwood. The fifth student killed was from Fayston and attended a private school in New Hampshire. (Stefan Hard/Times Argus via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • This Oct. 11, 2016 photo shows a memorial set up at a high school in Duxbury, Vermont, that lost four students in a fiery crash that police say was caused by a wrong-way driver. The four Harwood Union High School juniors and a girl who attended Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire, were killed early Sunday when police say the car they were riding in was hit by a wrong-way driver and burst into flames. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)

    This Oct. 11, 2016 photo shows a memorial set up at a high school in Duxbury, Vermont, that lost four students in a fiery crash that police say was caused by a wrong-way driver. The four Harwood Union High School juniors and a girl who attended Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire, were killed early Sunday when police say the car they were riding in was hit by a wrong-way driver and burst into flames. (AP Photo/Lisa Rathke)  (The Associated Press)

A man suspected of driving the wrong way on a Vermont interstate and causing several crashes that killed five teenagers and injured other people has been upgraded to fair condition.

Police say 36-year-old Steven Bourgoin crashed into the teens' car, then stole a police cruiser before crashing it into at least seven other vehicles.

Police on Tuesday served an arrest warrant on the hospitalized Bourgoin for use of the cruiser.

The hospital said Wednesday that Bourgoin had been upgraded from serious condition.

Bourgoin hasn't been charged in the teens' deaths.

Four Harwood Union High School juniors and a girl who attended Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, New Hampshire, died in the weekend crash.

It was not immediately known if Bourgoin is being represented by an attorney.