Head-On Crash Kills One and Injures Five in Atlantic County

One person was killed and five others were injured on Wednesday in a head-on crash on Route 30 in Atlantic County, according to reports. If you suffer the loss of a loved one in a car accident, it is important that you speak to an experienced Atlantic County car accident lawyer about your case.

Details About the Route 30 Head-On Crash

Emergency personnel were dispatched to Route 30 near High Bank Road around 2:15 PM on Wednesday in Hamilton Township, Atlantic County for the report of a multi-vehicle crash.

According to the Hamilton Township Police Department, two vehicles were traveling westbound on Route 30 when they collided. After the collision, one of the vehicles then crossed the double yellow lines and struck an eastbound vehicle head-on.

The driver of the vehicle that crossed the double yellow lines died as a result of the crash. Four adults involved in the wreck were sent to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center-City Division with non-life-threatening injuries. A juvenile from one of the vehicles was transported to Cooper University Hospital in Camden with minor injuries.

Route 30 was closed for a large portion of the afternoon while the police conducted an investigation. The following entities responded to the crash for various support roles:

  • Township of Hamilton Rescue Squad
  • Dorothy Rescue Squad
  • AtlantiCare Emergency Medical Services
  • Mays Landing Fire Department
  • Weymouth Fire Department
  • Laureldale Fire Department
  • Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office
  • New Jersey Department of Transportation

Call an Atlantic County Car Accident Attorney Today

If you are injured in a car accident or suffer the loss of a loved one, you deserve to be compensated for those losses. An Atlantic County car accident attorney can help you build a case against the at-fault party. Call the office of Kwartler Manus or submit our contact form today to schedule a free consultation.

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