GUILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Interstate 95 southbound near exit 60 in Guilford was closed for multiple hours Sunday morning due to a wrong-way crash that killed four people.

The area was first reported closed just after 3 a.m. due to a two vehicle crash. Drivers were diverted off the highway near exit 60. This continued until 9 a.m. The Connecticut Department of Transportation has reported a continued police presence in the area with minimal lane closures.

Connecticut State Police confirmed that this was a fatal crash due to a wrong-way driver.

According to the accident report, a Nissan Altima was driving the wrong way on I-95 southbound in the left lane of two. The driver has been listed as 22-year-old Luis Garduno-Cidals of Westbrook on the report.

The second vehicle involved in this incident was a Chevorlet Colorado. It was driving southbound and was also located in the second lane of two, directly heading toward the Nissan Altima. The driver of this vehicle has been listed as 76-year-old Johnny Bookhardt.

The Chevorlet Colorado also contained two passengers: 68-year-old Caroline Bookhardt, located in the passenger’s seat, and 66-year-old Patricia Greene-Kessler, who was sitting in the back left. All three people in this vehicle were Norwalk residents.

The vehicles collided head-on, according to officials. All four people involved were pronounced dead on the scene.

This accident continues to be under investigation.

Note: The original police report stated Bookhardt was the wrong-way driver. The report has since been updated.