VANDERBURGH COUNTY, Ind. (WEHT) — The Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Office says one person has died after a two-vehicle crash on I-69.

Both northbound lanes were shut down for more than two hours due to the accident near the exit for Indiana 57.

Reports of the crash first came in around 7:45 p.m. on Monday.

Authorities say Scott Township firefighters arrived on scene first and found a white 2018 Toyota Corolla with heavy front end damage in the median and a gray 2002 Mercury Sable with heavy rear end damage in the road.

Officials say the drivers of both vehicles had minor injuries and were taken to the hospital.

The sheriff’s office says both drivers were asked to take a chemical test. One driver consented and the other driver refused.

Deputies say they got a warrant, complelling the other driver to submit to testing.

We’re told results from both tests are pending.

Authorities have not released names of anyone involved. The investigation is ongoing.

This is a developing story.