Shawnee police on Tuesday released a report involving the fatal accident that claimed the lives of two teens in a Ford Mustang Saturday evening at 45th and Aydelotte Streets, with reports indicating the driver of the other vehicle remains hospitalized with unknown injuries.

Two vehicles — the Ford Mustang and a Honda Accord — were involved in the accident. Two Tecumseh High School students, Logan Deardorff, 18, and Shelby D. Johnson, 17, died from injuries relating to the crash.

The name and medical condition of the driver of the Honda remained unknown until the accident report was released by Shawnee police Tuesday.

That report shows the Honda Accord was driven by Roger D. Flint, 61, of Shawnee.

Flint was taken by REACT EMS to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City with unknown incapacitating injuries, the report shows.

Shawnee Police Cpl. Vivian Lozano-Stafford said Flint was in stable condition as of Sunday evening at the Oklahoma City hospital, and on Tuesday afternoon, a spokeswoman for OU Medical Center said Flint was listed in good condition.

The two-vehicle crash occurred about 5:11 p.m. Saturday. Both vehicles were eastbound, with the report indicating Flint's Honda rear-ended the Ford Mustang.

Cause of the crash is still under investigation, Lozano-Stafford said, and police haven't confirmed what exactly may have happened.

According to the report, witnesses to the accident told police that Flint's Honda ran off the road multiple times before the accident occurred and also was traveling at a high rate of speed, the report shows.

The driver's condition at the time of the accident is listed on the report as being unknown.

Watch for additional updates.