UPDATE (1:05 p.m. on Saturday, April 29): The West Virginia State Police have identified the person killed in a fatal crash that shut down the West Virginia Turnpike for four hours Friday.

Troopers say the tractor-trailer crossed the barrier wall and struck a GMC truck head-on and sideswiped a smaller vehicle. According to WVSP, the driver of the GMC truck, identified as Hans Robinson, 43, of Charleston, was pronounced dead on the scene.

The WVSP says the two passengers in the GMC truck, and the driver of the smaller vehicle and their passengers were all taken to local hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.

Troopers say the investigation into the crash is ongoing.

UPDATE (8:23 p.m. on Friday, April 28): Metro 911 says all southbound lanes are open and one northbound lane is open on the West Virginia Turnpike after a fatal crash involving a tractor-trailer.

UPDATE (8:04 p.m. on Friday, April 28): The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection says the fuel that spilled did not impact any streams.

They say there are materials that are being used to stop it from getting into the water.

UPDATE (7:34 p.m. on Friday, April 28): Metro 911 says Cabin Creek Road is back open. The West Virginia Turnpike is still closed.

UPDATE (5:19 p.m. on Friday, April 28): Metro 911 says that Paint Creek Road and Route 61 will be used as alternate routes at this time.

This is because Cabin Creek Road and the West Virginia Turnpike are closed due to a crash with a fuel spill.

KANAWHA COUNTY, WV (WOWK)– The West Virginia Turnpike is closed after a fatal multi-vehicle crash on Friday near Chelyan, West Virginia.

According to Kanawha County Metro 911, the crash happened between the WV-61 exit and the Cabin Creek Road exit. The crash involved an overturned tractor-trailer and other vehicles.

13 News has a crew on the way.