Brick, NJ – Delivery Driver Injured in Car Crash on Manor DriveNew Jersey Legal News
Brick, NJ (May 13, 2019) – On Manor Drive, police responded to the scene of a rescue after a car crash that left a vehicle almost completely upright against a pole.
The accident took place on Saturday night, May 11th, when the vehicle went off the road following an accident and drove up onto the guidewire. The Brick Township Technical Rescue Team was called to help get the driver out of the vehicle.
The driver was able to get out of the vehicle but then fell to the ground. Police transported him to the Ocean Medical Center. Police believe that the driver has only minor injuries.
The accident remains under investigation at this time.
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Car Accidents in New Jersey
Approximately 256,000 accidents took place across all of New Jersey in 2016, many of which led to injuries both minor and serious. In the blink of an eye, a serious car accident can leave you in a difficult position with injuries, including broken bones, head trauma, back injuries, organ damage, and more. Thousands of people will lose their lives in these accidents as well. Our New Jersey car accident attorneys are here to protect you during this difficult time.
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