Deputies say for the second time in three days emergency crews have responded to a suicidal motorist up Little Cottonwood Canyon.

Salt Lake County sheriff's spokesman Paul Jaroscak said rescue-crew members responded to the report of a vehicle that had run off the road, rolled and had come to rest upside-down on a rock up the canyon on Saturday morning.

Jaroscak said two men were found in the vehicle and resisted being rescued.

"As we approached, they were cutting their own wrists and necks with broken glass," Jaroscak said. One man had to be Tasered in order to get him under control. Both men were taken to area hospitals for treatment of their wounds, all of which were self-inflicted, deputies say. The two men have yet to be identified by deputies.

The incident comes after a 48-year-old man was also hospitalized with multiple stab wounds after he crashed his car and nearly drowned Thursday morning. Jaroscak said that man had attempted to drown himself.