10:20 a.m. update: Two people killed after two crashes in Yellowstone National Park

One person was killed after a crash and a vehicle collided with another vehicle on Friday in Yellowstone Park, authorities said.

Authorities are investigating.

It happened around 9:20 am, when a car was traveling southbound on the highway, according to a press release from Yellowstone Park Police.

A pickup truck drove up, then struck a tree.

The pickup truck then crashed into another vehicle.

The driver of the pickup truck, a 44-year-old male, was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according the release.

The two occupants of the truck, the driver and a 44 year-old female, were not injured, the release said.

The collision happened near the intersection of State Highway 6 and Highway 59, according Yellowstone Park police.

The driver of that vehicle, a 47-year old male, remained in the hospital and is expected to survive, according police.

Yellowstone Park is about 50 miles south of the city of Portland, Ore.