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A failed shock will not cause this (except maybe some off road air shocks). A collapsed suspension like that is due to a broken spring or separated suspension joint. Sorry, you can't drive it, towing is needed.
very common issue on the dodge trucks. usually its the control arm bushings but not always. grease all the grease certs that u can find that has to do with the front end. try and get some grease in the bushings if you can