PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A section of Route 28 closed Saturday morning due to a head-on collision.

Route 28 closed in both directions for about two hours between 31st and Chestnut Street after a head-on collision that occurred around 10 a.m.

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All lanes reopened by 3 p.m.

According to Pittsburgh Police spokeswoman Sonya Toler, a car was driving the wrong way on the northbound side of Route 28 and crashed head-on into another vehicle. The wrong-way driver was transported to Allegheny General Hospital and was in traumatic arrest. The other driver was sent to UPMC Presbyterian, their condition is unknown.

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that the driver who caused the collision has died. He has been identified as Perry Kastanias, 81, of Millvale.

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(Photo Credit: Gerome Williams/KDKA)

(Photo Credit: Gerome Williams/KDKA)

Both Pittsburgh EMS Rescue Trucks were on scene, along with Ross EMS.

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