UPDATE: This article has been updated to provide more information on the location of the incident

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Two were killed and one injured in an early morning crash at the Nevada National Security Site, according to information from the NNSS.

According to the Facebook post from the NNSS, the crash occurred at approximately 1:14 a.m. early Thursday morning. The two-vehicle collision left one person injured and killed two others.

Nye County Sheriff’s Office officials said the crash in the area formerly known as the Nevada Test Site, resulted in a vehicle fire. Two of the victims were found dead inside the vehicle which was ablaze, investigators say. The driver of the other vehicle involved was taken by Mercy Air to an area hospital where that person’s condition has yet to be disclosed by officials.

“The NNSS (the “Site”) is located about 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas just off U.S. Route 95, near Mercury, Nevada,” said a representative from NNSS.

The Nevada National Security Site office, listed as being located near Energy Way and Losee Road in North Las Vegas, is not where the incident occurred. More precise information about where the crash occurred has not yet been released, nor was information divulged on the parties involved in the incident.

At the time of the 3:38 a.m. post, NNSS officials said emergency responders were on the scene.

Nevada State Police and the Nye County Sheriff’s Office continue to investigate the crash and will provide updates as they become available.