Two Severely Injured in Crash on Route 33 Bypass
FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP, NJ (2/23/2020) — Two people were injured in an accident on a Route 33 bypass in the Freehold Township on Sunday afternoon.
The accident occurred around 1:15 p.m. on the road between Route 9 and Halls Mill Road.
According to police, a 32-year-old male driver and a 31-year-old female passenger were traveling east on the bypass in a white Nissan Versa when the vehicle left the road and hit a tree. The victims’ names have not yet been released to the public, and the cause of the crash is unknown.
Both the driver and the passenger were extricated from the vehicle and transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune with severe injuries.
Anyone who has any information about the accident is encouraged to call Police Officer Kevin Cherney at 732-462-7908, ext. 6220, or Detective William Holohan at 732-294-2110.
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