Head-On Collision Sends Two To Hospital

PHOTO: A head-on collision sent two patients to the Hospital this evening. The crash occurred on Squankum Road and 12th Street at about 11:00 PM. Hatzolah and EMS responded to the scene, as well as the Fire Department. One patient was transported with Hatzolah and the other patient with EMS. Both were transported to Kimball Medical Center with non life-threatening injuries.

The road is closed off. TLS-62.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. One injury from this type of thing can ruin your whole life. we just have to keep that in mind. Park against the curb. Don’t put yourself in front of cars, forcing them to stop. Even though there’s no police around, you can’t make a u turn if its not safe. Drive around the block. It takes 1 minute. How could you live with yourself knowing that you damaged someone forever? It’s a big responsibility!

  2. When exiting your car on the driver’s side, please be careful, and be alert for oncoming traffic. By law, if your car door gets hit, the onus is on you. It is suggested that people should exit the car on the passenger side to prevent such an occurrence.

    It’s not my rule. It’s the state of New Jersey’s laws.

    Reread the driver’s manual please. It may save your life, or someone else’s life. For example, it specifically states that one may NOT drive on the shoulder. It is against the law. A hefty 4 points on your license as well. I give this example because too many times I have seen driver’s do this, and nearly hit a pedestrian walking on the shoulder, and there wasn’t a sidewalk. (I did a good laugh when a driver attempted to pass on the shoulder, only to drive directly into a huge pile of snow!)

  3. Driving in Lakewood is dangerous!!! Everyone rushes everywhere. No stopping, no blinkers, etc. The planning ad zoning board need to consider such traffic when approving new development. Can’t wait to see county line by Somerset once the construction is done on two new building…

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