STAMFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — State police are investigating a wrong-way crash involving a tractor-trailer on I-95 South Friday that left one person seriously wounded.

State police said a Ford Edge traveling in the wrong direction crashed head-on into a tractor-trailer just south of #Exit 7 around 2:30 a.m.

WATCH: Helicopter point-of-view of the wrong-way crash in Stamford.

The driver of the Ford Edge obtained a serious injury in the collision and was transported to Stamford Hospital by the Nelson Ambulance Service. The three individuals traveling inside the tractor-trailer were not injured in the crash, according to state police.

The crash closed parts of I-95 south in Stamford between exits 7 and 6, while the Connecticut State Police Collision Analysis Reconstruction Squad investigated the scene. Heavy delays were reported in the area and drivers were advised to seek alternative routes.

State police identified the driver of the Ford Edge as Edgar P. Alvarracinvizhco, 27, of New York.

Any witness to the wrong-way crash is asked to contact Connecticut State Police Trooper Falstoe #849 at 203-696-2500 or at nicolas.falstoe@ct.gov.

Anyone who was driving through the area of the crash and may have footage of the collision is also asked to contact Troop G in Bridgeport.

The crash remains under investigation as of this time.

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