Route 206 Crash in Burlington County Causes Delays

A Route 206 crash Monday morning in Southampton, Burlington County, caused traffic delays, according to news reports. Victims of any type of motor vehicle crash deserve some form of compensation for their losses, whether they involve damage to the car or physical injuries. Talk to a Burlington County car accident attorney today about your case.

Details About the Route 206 Crash

The New Jersey State Police, fire personnel, and NJDOT were all dispatched around 11:40 AM on Monday, June 24th, for the report of a multi-vehicle accident. Emergency personnel who arrived on scene first discovered three vehicles damaged on Route 206.

The crash occurred just north of the Red Lion Circle (Route 70) on 206. Emergency personnel did not treat anyone for injuries on the scene and no one was transported to the hospital. Authorities said that a pickup truck hit a passenger car from behind, sending the passenger car into the vehicle in front of it.

All lanes of Route 206 had to be temporarily closed for a brief time due to the extent of the damage and number of vehicles involved. The State Police requested local fire police from surrounding fire departments to assist with traffic control.

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