Gloucester County man sent to hospital after Monroe Township crash

Jeffrey Hark, the New Jersey Truck Accident Lawyer.

MONROE TWP. — A Gloucester County man was sent to the hospital after his vehicle crashed into a dump truck late Wednesday night.

The 37-year-old Williamstown resident was traveling east on the Black Horse Pike around 10:17 p.m. when he struck a dump truck, according to a statement from police.

The driver of the truck, a 49-year-old Mickleton man, was slowing down as he reached a red light when the impact occurred.

The force of the impact caused the Williamstown man’s car to spin while staying in contact with the truck, later rolling over before finally coming to a stop on its wheels in the left southbound lane of the Black Horse Pike.

The Williamstown man was taken by helicopter to Cooper Trauma Center, in Camden, with a possible head injury.

According to police, charges are pending at this time.

The collision is being investigated by Ptl. Carmen Iacovone Jr. of the Monroe Township Police Department Traffic Safety Bureau.

Monroe Township Police were assisted at the scene by Monroe Township EMS, Gloucester County paramedics, South Star, Cecil Fire Department, New Jersey Department of Transportation and Lake Avenue Auto Body.

A call to the hospital to check the condition of the victim was not immediately returned.

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Originally posted here by nj.com.

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