Manchester, NJ – Husband and Wife Injured After Vehicle Smashes into HomeNew Jersey Legal News
Manchester, NJ (June 24, 2019) – Yesterday morning, June 23rd, police were called to the scene of a car accident where a vehicle smashed into a home and injured a husband and wife.
Police confirmed that the accident occurred when a neighbor to the husband and wife ran into their home with his vehicle when he went traveling in reverse on Brentwood Drive. His vehicle smashed through a window and into the couple’s bedroom.
The neighbor, identified only as a 55-year-old man, was pulling out of his driveway around 10:20 a.m. yesterday when he suddenly accelerated toward the home, causing the crash.
The residents inside were identified as a 72-year-old man and 70-year-old woman. They were on the opposite side of the bedroom and both suffered injuries. They were taken to the Ocean Medical Center in Brick for treatment of their injuries.
The driver was not charged and the accident remains under investigation.
Our sincerest thoughts and prayers are warmly extended to the parties injured in this accident.
Pedestrian Accidents in New Jersey
Every year, thousands of pedestrians in New Jersey will be hospitalized with serious injuries. In 2016, it was also reported that approximately 160 pedestrians were killed and thousands were taken to the hospital with injuries following these accidents on our roadways. Pedestrians are some of the most vulnerable parties on our roads who are susceptible to serious harm in one of these accidents, which is why it is important to have a personal injury attorney on your side if you have been injured in one of these accidents.
At Brady, Brady & Reilly, our attorneys are fully invested in helping you work through the turmoil of your accident case so that you can receive results in your time of need. We understand that you might be feeling overwhelmed as you face the problematic path toward compensation and bring a claim against a negligent party. Please contact us to find out what we can do for you at (201) 997-0030.
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