Cyclist Sustains Serious Injuries After Being Pinned Under Vehicle

pinned cyclist coventryPHOTOS: U/D A woman was transported to Jersey Shore Medical Center moments ago after being struck on her Bicycle and being pinned under the vehicle at Princeton and Kennedy Blvd, near Coventry. A Police Officer called for backup when he noticed the cyclist trapped under the vehicle. Multiple Police Officers, FD, EMS and Hatzolah BLS and ALS units responded to the scene. Several Police Officers and Good Samaritans managed to lift the vehicle and free the patient prior to the arrival of the Emergency personnel.

The patient was transported by Hatzolah Medics to the Jersey Shore Medical Center with non life-threatening injuries.

Traffic and Safety Division of LPD is currently on the scene investigating. Expect delays in the area. TLS-65/TLS-44/TLS-55/TLS-CCP/TLS-64

Updated 11:40 a.m. LPD Officer Rich Stanick, along with two other passerbys managed to lift the vehicle off the patient, while Officer Erik Menck and others got the woman out.

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  1. Dear Rob Lawson:

    I was at the light going south on Princeton and County line when a police office was behind me. We all heard honking (and i saw in my mirror a person kicking his legs from under the car). The officer realized that there was an accident. I don’t know which Police Office it was, but i would like to say that i was very impressed with his quick response……..and thank you.

  2. he is the officer that was giving stickers to the kids in a development educating them about Safety what a nice guy i hope he gets an award at the next lpd awards ceromony

  3. Cops should know most people out there appreciate what they do. If they would just be a little more friendly people would recipracate 10x over to them.

  4. we have to thank the entire police department for their care & sensitivity they show to the entire community i must say that since rob lawson has taken over i feel the the whole department as part of our community

  5. # 11….hmmm …..talking on phone, texting, being in a hurry, or driving and not paying attention to the road in front of you………and I guess the person on the bicycle could have darted out in front of the car or was n the wrong side of the road…or……..

  6. To # 11 –

    With the facts having not been released, there is no way to tell who was at fault. Either the cyclist crossed when she wasn’t legally allowed. Or the driver was turning right and didn’t yield. Perhaps another scenario.

  7. Thank you LPD once again! You guys are great. I agree with # 5 to a certain extent but I will clarify what I think he means. The majority of cops are nice,it’s those few rotten apples who spoil it for the rest. THE REST ARE AMAZING!! Keep it up!
    Eric: I already once commented your last name is misspelled-it should be “Mentsch”(Yiddish for very kind and caring person)

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