PHOTOS: Two Overturn Accidents in Lakewood Minutes Apart

There were two overturn accidents in Lakewood just a minute apart from each other this evening.

The first one occurred at approximately 8:05 PM at the intersection of Cedarbridge Avenue and Clover Street.

The second rollover accident happened just minutes later on the E. 7th St., between Somerset Avenue and Brook Road.

There are no serious injuries been reported in either accident.

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  1. This is pure common sense, you do not have to be a scientific genius.
    The cars, vans, SUV, all the cars today (95% of all the cars) weigh very little. They are plastic and fiberglass.
    If you go a drop too fast on a turn-Bingo-the car will definitely turn over.
    This is like the rule of “gravity”.

    • Absolutely wrong. Common cars in Lakewood comparing curb weight when introduced and 2022 model.

      2022 Honda Odyssey 4400lbs
      1995 Honda Odyssey 3500lbs
      2022 Toyota Sienna 4600lbs
      1998 Toyota Sienna 4000lbs
      2022 Toyota Camry 3430lbs
      1991 Toyota Camry 2910lbs

      Weight increase = increased kinetic energy, combine that with with higher center of gravity….. rollover.

  2. It’s being hazmanim the buchorim are back from Eretz yisroel. Please when you see a buchor or anyone do a crazy do a crazy move with a car honk at them. Let them know it’s not ok.

    • until chas vesholom the car is totaled and there are doctor bills to pay…
      An ounce of prevention, or $100 ticket, is worth a pound of cure, or many thousands of dollars (or worse r”l).

  3. Once again no one is looking at the obvious cause. In the past 5 or 6 years the huge unchecked population growth in Lakewood will continue to cause more and more accidents. Route 70, in particular, has become an adventure in reckless driving. The huge multi-family complexes that line the highway will continue to be the major cause of traffic problems, accidents and deaths. I guess the political overdevelopment of Lakewood has been bought and sold.

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