Lodi, NJ – Four Injured in Car Crash into Allstate Insurance BuildingNew Jersey Legal News
Lodi, NJ (June 18, 2019) – On Monday, June 17th around 4:00 p.m., four people were injured in a car crash when a vehicle slammed into an Allstate Insurance building.
The accident took place on Main Street when the vehicle struck the insurance building at a strip mall. The vehicle jumped over a curb and went through the glass of the store.
One witness said that they pulled into the area and the driver hit the gas pedal instead of his brake. A pedestrian dove out of the way because he almost struck them. The driver immediately started to reverse out of the building without checking to see if anybody was behind them.
A total of four people were hospitalized but there is no word on their conditions. Police are still investigating the circumstances of the crash.
Our sincere sympathies are fully extended to those injured in this accident.
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