It was reported that emotionally challenged driver was responsible for a crash on Delor Drive in Jacksonville that injured two people.

Police say the driver was despondent over a recent breakup and intentionally caused the crash on Delor Drive. Two other vehicles then collided with the driver in a chain-reaction. They say the crash happened when the driver intentionally stopped his car in the middle of the road. A car coming from behind slammed into him, prompting another driver to hit the second driver.

Report says two people were hospitalized. The drivers of the two vehicles from the chain reaction were transported to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.  The passenger in the second car was treated at the scene by paramedics with minor injuries.

The driver of first car was taken to the hospital for mental health evaluation. His name has not been released. Details of other individuals also were not released.

The crash remains an active investigation.

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