PHOTOS & VIDEO [UPDATED 12:15 AM] A vehicle burst into flames this evening after crashing into another vehicle and into a utility poleon County Line Road.
The two-vehicle accident occurred about 11:15 PM at the intersection of County Line Road and Squankum Road.
The drivers from both vehicles made it out of their vehicle before the one vehicle caught fire.
Hatzolah transported one patient to Jersey Shore Medical Center.
County Line is shut at the intersection as repairs to the pole are done. TLS-55/TLS-CCP.
Too many accidents in Lakewood lately. Hashem should watch all of us!
Most accidents happen because people drive too fast or are distracted by something and don’t watch what they are doing. People just have to be more careful or they’ll keep on having accidents. I would rather yield to someone or go a little slower to avoid an accident. I am not in a hurry to get hurt or killed chas vesholom.
….And we should drive more carefully. Put down your cell phone. Your life is more important than the call. I’m sure of it!
actually the car was already in licking fl was saved by maybe 20 secondsames and someone was stuk inside everyone started smashing the windows and someone yanked open the passenger door and the driver tumbled out to the ground in a daise. he
he was saved by maybe 20 seconds. it was the scariest thing ever
JON YAHR FOR MAYOR!
Hashgacha Pratis – HASHEM saved him by 20 seconds!
L.F.D. needs to hire more paid members.
I want to be like j. yahr when i grow up.
Hey #8 …. How are you going to that when every year you defeat the Fire District Budget?????
whats with the big extingwisher needed when the fireengine bubbel maker is there to
By the way, it was actually the driver of the other vehicle who smashed the window and pulled out the driver in the nick of time, WITH HASHEM’S HELP
and all those crazy people have to stop honking everybody else who isn’t going fast enough for them
hey commentators, can you say spell check? I’ve never seen the English language butchered up so badly as on this website.
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