By CBS13 Staff

SODA SPRINGS (CBS13) — More than seven hours later, eastbound Interstate 80 has reopened after four people were killed in a wrong-way crash  in the Sierra early Saturday, the California Highway Patrol confirmed to CBS13.

Eastbound Highway 20 at Nevada Street in Nevada City has also reopened.

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According to the CHP, two adults and two children died in the crash.

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The crash happened just before 4:45 a.m. near Eagle Lakes Road near Yuba Pass and Crystal Lake.

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The CHP said a Jeep was driving the wrong way and caused a collision involving two other cars. The four people who died were not in the Jeep.