Authorities reported a two vehicle crash at the intersection of 103rd Street in Jacksonville that sent a man to the hospital with critical injuries.

According to officials, the crash happened at the intersection of 103rd Street and Old Middleburg Road. A driver of a Toyota Camry lost control of his vehicle and collided with the driver of a Chevy Tahoe. The Chevy then struck an overhead utility pole and flipped over before coming to a stop in the grassy shoulder.

The driver of the Chevy Tahoe was critically injured and was taken to the hospital.

Meanwhile, traffic was diverted while on-scene investigations were conducted and debris was cleared from the road. All lanes have since reopened.

The cause of the crash remains under active investigation. No other details were immediately available.

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