UPDATE (12:23 p.m.): According to the preliminary report by THP, an unknown SUV that has been described as either silver or light in color struck a 2007 Gold Hyundai Veracruz which caused the Hyundai to crash into a Blue Chevy Impala.
The Impala was sent into an uncontrolled spin and was t-boned by a 2018 Toyota Sequoia.
Both the Hyundai and the Impala came to a rest in the right hand lanes of I-65 while the Sequoia struck the cement divider before coming to rest against the barrier.
All occupants in all four vehicle were transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center, with the passenger of the the Impala, identified as 38-year-old Kathryn Nappier, dying of her injuries upon arrival at the hospital.
Nappier's city of residence is not known at this time, and the conditions of the other unidentified victims of the crash are unknown.
THP is actively searching for the location of the SUV which should have damage to the front end and whose driver is currently unknown.
THP asks that anyone with information about this crash or identity or location of the driver or vehicle to contact THP at 615-741-2060.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol is currently investigating Monday night's hit and run crash on I-65 South that killed one person and injured three others.
According to THP's Lt. Charles Caplinger, the preliminary report confirmed that the multiple vehicle crash took place around midnight near mile marker 61, the Peytonsville Road exit, in Franklin and killed one unidentified person.
Three other unidentified people were transported to Vanderbilt University Medical Center with unknown injuries.
THP has not released any information about the vehicle that allegedly fled the scene.
Caplinger said that more information will be released as the investigation continues.