3 p.m.: THP has released the crash report from Sunday morning's deadly crash on Interstate 75 North in Campbell County.
According to the report, Amber Pauley was driving her Kia Rio southbound on I-75 in the northbound lane. Pauley, 30, hit another vehicle, a Ram 3500, head on and landed on its front. The report states Igor Lyashenko, 36, was driving the other pickup truck and was injured. His condition was unknown Saturday afternoon.
The crash blocked both northbound lanes at mile marker 140 for hours. It was reported at 4:33 a.m. and the interstate did not reopen until almost 9 a.m. The report states the driver was traveling at about 60 miles per hour.
The driver killed in the crash was not wearing a seat belt, according to the report. It also states the person in the second vehicle had their seat belt on.
Both drivers were given tests for drinking and drugs and both passed, according to the Tennessee Highway Patrol report.
8:45 a.m.: All lanes of Interstate 75 North in Campbell County are back open.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation says Interstate 75 North is closed at mile marker 140 in Campbell County.
It's expected to reopen around 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Traffic is being diverted at Exit 134. I-75 South is not affected.
The Campbell County dispatch center says several emergency responders were called to the scene around 5 a.m. Sunday morning. Dispatch confirmed one person has died. It's unclear how many people were involved in the crash.
We will keep you updated on air and online as we get more information.