HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — A five-car crash on I-91 South in Hartford led to multiple injuries on Sunday night and closed the highway for several hours.

The incident began around 5:30 p.m. near exit 32A. State police said that a Subaru was traveling in the right center lane, a Toyota 4Runner was traveling in the left lane, a Jeep Wrangler and Nissan Rogue were traveling in the right lane, and a Toyota Camry was in the left center lane.

The Toyota Camry attempted to merge into the right center lane but wasn’t able to do so. It struck the rear of the Subaru, which caused the Toyota Camry to spin out across the left center lane.

As it spun out, the Camry struck the Toyota 4Runner, which then rolled over multiple times. The 4Runner then struck the Jeep Wrangler and the Nissan Rogue before coming to a final stop on the right shoulder.

Two passengers in the Subaru were taken to a local hospital for suspected injuries, and so were the driver and passenger of the Toyota 4Runner.

The other passengers and drivers involved in the crash said they were wearing seatbelts and claimed no injuries, according to state police.

Police said that the driver of the Toyota Camry was found at fault for the collision and was issued an infraction for failing to keep in the proper lane.