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PLAINFIELD, Ind. — A massive crash in Plainfield, Indiana left one person dead and several other people injured.

Indiana State Police say the crash happened around 9:30 Sunday morning on I-70 in Hendricks County. Multiple semi-trailers and an SUV were involved in the crash.

State Police were able to confirmed one of the semi drivers died Sunday morning, while another semi driver was left in serious condition. The driver of the SUV was left with only minor cuts.

The crash clean-up closed all lanes of I-70 from Center Street to State Road 267 for several hours.

While police are still working out the details, the initial investigation shows that an eastbound semi lost control in a construction zone, jackknifing and crashing through a concrete barrier wall. That’s when a westbound semi came in and hit the other semi head-on.

The third semi only received minor damage, and the SUV got caught up in crash.

The exact cause of the crash is unknown, but police believe heavy rain was a factor.