BUDA, Texas (KXAN) — Interstate 35 northbound in Buda has reopened after part of it was shut down for several hours early Friday morning after a deadly crash involving four vehicles.

The Buda Police Department said the interstate was shut down near exit 220/Main Street. The department posted about the incident on social media at 4:31 a.m.

The department posted an update at 8:30 a.m. that the interstate had reopened, but warned that roadways would still be congested as traffic resumes. Police asked drivers to be patient and allow for extra commute time.

According to BPD, four vehicles, including a semi-truck, were involved in the crash.

Police said the crash was caused by a driver going the wrong way. At least one person died in the crash.

Police asked drivers to use alternate routes and plan for delays.

Editor’s note: The above video is from a 6:30 a.m. traffic update while the interstate was still closed.

The majority of 911 services in Hays County went out Thursday evening because of a line cut, according to the sheriff’s office, but Buda Police said that did not affect the response time to the crash Friday morning. Buda Police Community Affairs Officer, Freddy Erdman, said 911 being down is not affecting calls for assistance or receiving services.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.