UNC fraternity, students added to lawsuit in wrong-way DWI crash Civil lawsuits claim a UNC-Chapel Hill fraternity “had a history of allowing and encouraging underage drinking and drug use” and continued to buy and provide alcohol to underage members after a wrong-way DWI wreck killed three people in 2015.Chandler Kania, a Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity member from Asheboro, was sentenced in October to 16 years in prison for three counts of involuntary manslaughter, misdemeanor reckless driving and driving while impaired in the July 19, 2015, drunk-driving crash. 1 of 3 Darlene McGeeKania was 20 and a UNC sophomore at the time of the crash.Three people – Darlene McGee, Felecia Harris King and King’s 6-year-old granddaughter, Jahnice Beard – were killed when Kania’s Jeep hit their car as he drove the wrong way on Interstate 85/40 west of Hillsborough. King’s daughter Jahniaha King, who is now 11, was seriously injured.Family members of the victims filed lawsuits in 2015 against Kania, his parents, and two bars, La Residence and He’s Not Here, accused of selling Kania alcohol before the crash. Court testimony also showed that Kania drank alcohol at an off-campus party and was smoking marijuana hours before the crash.Kania’s parents and He’s Not Here have settled their lawsuits, which were sealed by a court order until the remaining cases are resolved or a Superior Court judge orders them unsealed, according to court documents.Orange County Superior Court Judge Carl Fox granted motions March 29 to amend the lawsuits. The motions added the Delta Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity on UNC’s campus, eight members and officers of the fraternity’s Executive Board, the fraternity’s Alumni Board, an older fraternity member who provided the driver’s license that Kania used to buy alcohol, and four UNC students who provided alcohol to Kania before the wreck.