DARIEN, Conn. (WTNH) — One person was killed after a triple shooting Wednesday on Interstate 95 south in Darien.

The Western Major Crimes Squad Detectives responded at about 3:50 a.m. to the intersection of Maple and Noroten Avenue. According to state police, the driver was traveling on I-95 south between Bridgeport and Darien when the driver of another car came up next to it, and someone started shooting. Darien police said a sergeant saw the wounded driver traveling southbound.

The shooting victims were taken to local hospitals for treatment of life-threatening injuries.

One of the victims, 31-year-old Earl Gayle, was pronounced dead at Stamford Hospital. Gayle was sitting in the right front passenger seat. The other victim, the left-side rear passenger, underwent surgery and is in stable condition.

The operator of the car remained on-scene with a wounded right shoulder and refused medical attention.

I-95 south between exits 18 and 10 was closed while detectives investigated the scene and conducted a canvass on foot. During the investigation, state police said 10 shell casing were located south of the exit 16 on-ramp. Numerous items were also seized from the victim’s car.

This is an ongoing investigation.

Anyone with dashcam footage is urged to contact the Western Major Crimes Squad Detectives at Troop G at (203) 696-2500, where tips will remain confidential.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.