One Injured In Rollover MVA on Clifton Avenue

PHOTOS: One person was injured in an MVA involving an overturned vehicle on Clifton Avenue this morning. The accident occurred at the intersection of Clifton Avenue and 9th Street at about 8:30 AM.

One vehicle landed on its side, and the driver was removed from the vehicle by Hatzolah and other Emergency Personnel. He was transported to by Lakewood First Aid to KMC with non life-threatening injuries.

The other driver was not injured. (TLS-50/TLS-62/TLS-CCP/TLS-52).

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  1. There are an unusually large amount of roll overs in Lakewood. I’m sure it ‘s not because of bad driving or excessive speed. I think there’s something wrong with the roads, curbs sticking out of the street, wet leaves making the roads slippery, bad road surface. We need to look into the cause of the rollovers all over town. So let’s put the blame on the town and the roads and not the very excellent drivers of Lakewood!

  2. If a car is going the 35 mph which is speed limit on Clifton ave it would be very difficult for it to. overturn in an accident. It should bounce off the curb. Speed is definitely a factor when a car rolls over. That can be either from the car that hit it or the car that rolls. Either way one of the cars was going way faster that the 35mph on Clifton or 25mph on 9th.

  3. Isnt the speed limit 25mph here? Aren’t kids walking to school at this time of day in this area? Why are people driving fast enough to cause a roll-over in this highly congested area??

  4. I wasn’t there but from the looks of the pictures it sure seems like it was a t-bone collision which leads me to think someone possibly ran the stop sign or wasn’t paying attention

  5. at #1

    its people like you who are wholly to be blamed for the excessive number of MVAs in this town. everyone just has slow down when they drive instead of blaming the other drivers

  6. Uh, guys? #1 is being cynical. Take a chill. And his message is on point – we will say anything to blame it on someone or something else; as long as it wasn’t the fault of the reckless driver.

  7. Maybe it’s just me but I’m quite positive that #1 was being sarcastic, poking fun at the many posts on here that try to blame accidents on road conditions instead of placing blame on the drivers where it belongs.

  8. Thanks RebRambo and Lkwd. At least some people got it! It’s sad that you had to explain my comment. #9 and 12, I agree with you also.

  9. yes its because careless driving,the vehicle you drive,even the air pressure in your tires can cause rollovers,particularly with top heavy vehicles. any one know that ford explorers or more common to roll over? look it up! BE CAUTIOUS,MAINTAIN YOUR VEHICLE AND STOP THE RUSH.small price to pay…

  10. leaves? sun glare? cut me a break!!!! how about you pay attention to the stop signs and slow down!! stop blaming everyone else and get control of yourself!!!

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