PHOTOS & VIDEO [UPDATED 12 PM] There are several injuries being reported after a vehicle rolled over in Lakewood at 6th Street and Monmouth Avenue, reportedly caught fire, and trapping people inside.
Dozens of emergency personnel including Hatzolah and the Fire Department were dispatched to the scene.
Hatzolah is currently extricating the patients. There are reports of several injuries.
A Medeveac has been dispatched.
UPDATE: One of the injured have already been airlifted to Jersey Shore Medical Center.
UPDATE 11:15 AM. The driver of the minivan was partially ejected from his vehicle, and was partially pinned underneath the van until he was extricated by Hatzolah, an official says. He was the only one in the vehicle. He was airlifted in stable condition.
A second patient from the other vehicle involved, was transported to KMC.
CIU is on scene investigating.
At least TLS-55/TLS-50/TLS-CCP.
Where did this happen?
there were TWO ambulances that went to the clifton avenue public school field and were waiting for the medvac, which came very shortly after. May all those hurt have a REFUAH SHLEIMA and people, please leave some room for privacy of patients!!
How could an accident at 6th and monmouth cause a rollover. The speed 6th st is 25 and monmouth is 35: how do u roll car at those speeds
It happend by 6th and clifton
Corrrction 6th and monmouth
Dear residents of Lakewood
Protect you and save you from all evil
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corner of 7th and monmouth
# 3 correction, speed limit on BOTH roads are 25MPH.
try it out, its possible
Let’s be real about this
No one does the correct speed limit on the streets of Lakewood. The speed limit is constantly disobeyed. As a resident who does not drive and walk on the streets of Lakewood, the drivers exceed the correct speed limit, including the walk ways putting pedestrians and residents at risk, although we have posted walkways and posted signs of speed limits. I hope and pray for the recovery of these drivers. Drivers, let this be a everlasting reminder that the risk taken can cause such sadness and danger to the families and community.
You seriously think pps are following the speed limit??
Sincerely, get real.
Any names for tehillim
the way people drive in lakewood roll over nothing to it
I will tell you how a roll over happens. No one obeys the speed limit,no one obeys the stop signs, everyone talks or text’s on the phone and to be honest no one care of Life.
I think the town needs to pave monmouth. It is a disaster from end to end. Call the road department.
there is a stop sign at 7th st, so 25 mph should not even come into play, unless someone went through.
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