Warren County, NJ -- Two people were injured after a rollover crash Sunday morning. The accident took place on the 300 block of Bloomsbury Road in Franklin Township.
An eye witness reports that the car crashed into a fence and a horse wagon before flipping over. The driver headed south in a Pontiac G6 on Bloomsbury Road when the vehicle left the road for unknown reasons.
Franklin Township Fire Department’s Emergency Services transported one female passenger to a landing zone and then airlifted her to St. Lukes University Hospital in Mountain Hill. A Greenwich Rescue Squad transported the other occupant to the same hospital.
A trooper with the New Jersey State Police Washington barracks could not provide more information about the accident. The crash remains under investigation.
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Source: Lehigh Valley Live
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