Multiple crashes reported on New Jersey toll freeway between Exits 7, 7A and 8 – MidJersey.News
23 December 2021
BORDENTOWN-HAMILTON-ROBBINSVILLE, (MERCER-BURLINGTON) – There have been several crashes on the New Jersey toll freeway this afternoon and this evening, causing traffic delays and the closure of the outer roadway.
At 3:36 p.m., firefighters from the townships of Bordentown and Robbinsville responded to the area of Mile 55 for a tractor-trailer in a bridge at the station kilometer 55.08 southbound and another vehicle on the right shoulder. also involved in the accident. Robbinsville EMS, Florence EMS, Virtua Paramedics also intervened on the spot. Robbinsville EMS and paramedics transported the truck driver to the Trauma Center at Captial Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton. It is not known where Florence EMS transported their patient.
At 4:22 p.m., a vehicle pulled into the back of a box van on the New Jersey Turnpike Outer Roadway in the Mile Post 59 area across from the Richard Stockton, 6S service area. The firefighters of the townships of Robbinsville and Bordentown also intervened on this scene. It appeared that the emergency traffic since the first accident was most likely a contributing factor. Allentown EMS, Captial Health Paramedics responded to the scene, Captial Health-Allentown EMS transported to RWJ at Hamilton Hospital with an injury from this accident.
At 5:46 p.m., Robbinsville Township Fire Department, Hightstown Fire Department, Hightstown First Aid Squad, Capital Health Paramedics and Robbinsville EMS responded to an accident at the station. km 63.3 southbound on the inside carriageway. One injury was reported in this accident. A private ambulance that was already on the toll highway pulled over to help Captial Health paramedics, the private ambulance transported the patient to the local hospital for treatment of minor injuries.