Charter Bus Accident on NJ Turnpike Injures Three

New Jersey State Police officers and emergency personnel were dispatched to the New Jersey Turnpike in Mount Laurel on Sunday, February 25th around 7:30 PM for the report of a charter bus accident.

Details About the Charter Bus Accident

The bus accident occurred on the southbound side of the highway about a half mile from Exit 4 for Route 73 in Mount Laurel, Burlington County.

Police said that three people suffered minor injuries in the crash. Two passengers on the bus were hurt and the driver of an SUV involved also suffered injuries. The accident involved five vehicles total: the charter bus, three SUVs and a sedan.

NJ State Police did not say how the accident happened but did note that it is still under investigation.

Steps to Take When Injured in a Crash

Should you find yourself involved in any type of motor vehicle crash, you need to take the proper steps to protect your rights as an injured victim. Be sure to take the following steps:

  • Remain at the scene of the crash
  • Call 911 to have emergency personnel respond
  • Provide as much detail about the crash to police
  • Let responding EMTs or paramedics check you for injuries
  • Accept transport to the hospital if it is recommended
  • Follow all medical instructions from the treating physician at the hospital
  • Call a personal injury attorney as soon as possible to discuss the accident and move forward with a claim

Call a Burlington County Bus Accident Attorney Today

If you or a loved one suffered an injury in a charter bus accident, be sure to protect your rights as soon as possible. After you seek medical care you need the experience of a Burlington County bus accident attorney on your side. Call the team at Kwartler Manus today to schedule a free consultation.

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