ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – At least two people were killed in a multi-vehicle crash that shut down a portion of Interstate 65 early Saturday morning in Robertson County.

The wreck was reported just before 4 a.m. on Saturday, March 18 near mile marker 115 on I-65 South.

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According to Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), a 2018 Hyundai Sonata was traveling south on I-65 in the right lane when, for reasons unknown, it ran off the roadway and struck a guardrail end.

Officials say the Hyundai entered the roadway again, struck a guardrail on the right shoulder, crossed the interstate and came to a final rest against a concrete barrier wall.

In a crash report released by THP, authorities say 2006 Chevrolet Colorado, that was traveling south, struck two occupants of the Hyundai as they were exiting the car.

The two occupants of the Hyundai were also struck by a commercial vehicle that was traveling southbound, according to THP.

Officials say 33-year-old Aubrey McKee, the driver of the Hyundai, and 33-year-old Bradley Snell, a passenger of the Hyundai, were both killed in the crash.

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Two other occupants of the Hyundai sustained injures in the crash – the extent of their injuries are not known at this time.

On Saturday, around 4 p.m., the Tennessee Department of Transportation’s online traffic map showed that the scene of the crash had been cleared, and all southbound lanes reopened on I-65.