TEHILLIM: Multiple People, Including Children, Seriously Injured in Accident in Jackson [UPDATED – TRAGEDY]

Multiple serious injuries are being reported in an accident in Jackson this afternoon.

The accident happened around 4:45 PM on East Veterans Pkwy.

There are reports of at least two critical injuries.

UPDATE: Four patients were hospitalized, one with CPR in progress. Two others are critical as well.

Please be Mispallel for Shmuel ben Rivka Ayala.

UPDATE: The driver of one of the vehicles has died, and Hayeled Shmuel Brog A”H was Niftar.


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  1. Rifuah shilama. I go on e veteran very often. I believe the challenge on that road is there are no turning lanes. They should make left and right turning lanes. There is plenty of space for that

  2. Something has to be done with the roads in Lakewood. Here are a few ideas:
    1. posting speed limits signs on all streets
    2. Sidewalks on Central Avenue and Cross Street and other roads where people walk daily
    3. Rules of stop signs: When arriving at the same time as other cars, the person on the right of you goes first.
    4. Mandatory renewal of driving tests, both written and driving every 5 years. People seem to forget the rules.
    5. Right of way to pedestrians. Even though you’re in a rush, pedestrians have right of way.
    6. Speed cameras need to become legal in NJ. Way too many accidents daily and risk to human life.
    7. Seatbelt enforcement in the back seat.

  3. The first Tues of every month there’s a car seat check. They check if car seats and bases are installed correctly and that the child is in the right seat properly for their age, height and weight. Elemeno has a car seat technician and most fire stations have too. Better safe than sorry

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