Woman, baby injured after car overturns on Route 80, cops say
Submitted by New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Lawyer, Jeffrey Hark.
SADDLE BROOK — A woman and a baby who is less than a year old were injured when their car overturned in a two-car collision on Route 80 on Thursday afternoon, State Police said.
The accident, which police were alerted to around 3 p.m., involved a lane change in the eastbound fast lane near Exit 63 for Route 4 and Route 17, State Police spokesman Sgt. First Class Gregory Williams said.
It is currently unclear which car was changing lanes, and the accident, which was cleared by 4:19 p.m., is still under investigation, Williams said.
Based on preliminary information, it’s unclear if the occupants of the other damaged car were sent to the hospital, he said, but the female driver and infant in the car that flipped onto its roof were sent to Hackensack University Medical Center.
Initial reports indicate that their injuries were not considered to be life-threatening, he said.
The two appear to be the only occupants in that vehicle, Williams said.
More information on the circumstances of the crash was not immediately available.
Originally published here by nj.com.