Flemington Car Accident – In a tragic tragedy that took place in Hunterdon County, there were six people injured, with one of them being sent to a hospital in Flemington. In a collision that took place on Saturday afternoon in Hunterdon County, there were five people sent to the hospital as a result of their injuries. After a motorist apparently abandoned the southbound lane of the highway, sped off, and hit several other automobiles in the Northlandz parking lot, Nelson stated that the incident resulted in the injury of five people, one of whom was still inside the car at the time of the collision.
According to Lieutenant Scott Nelson of the Raritan Township Police Department, the collision took place at approximately 2:14 p.m. on Route 202 South, not far from Northlandz. The Raritan Township Police Department, the Flemington Borough Police Department, the New Jersey State Police, the Flemington-Raritan Rescue Squad, the Whitehouse Rescue Squad, the Hunterdon Medical Center Paramedics, the Raritan Township Fire Company, and the Hunterdon County Prosecutor’s Office all assisted at the scene and conducted investigations there.
An adult patient together with three pediatric patients were taken by EMS to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. According to Nelson, a second adult patient was taken by helicopter to the Robert Wood Johnson Hospital.According to Nelson, a 59-year-old man from Connecticut was handed traffic fines for failing to maintain his lane and driving carelessly while an investigation was being conducted into a collision. Based to the findings of the investigation, Nelson added, no criminal charges have yet been brought in connection with this matter.