New Jersey Motor Vehicle Accident Attorneys report that an SUV crashed into car in Princeton, NJ when they swerved into oncoming traffic causing a 3-vehicle accident in the crash.
Princeton Township, NJ (NewYorkInjuryNews.com) – A collision that involved 3 drivers on Saturday morning in Princeton Township injured two, announced The Times.
Police reported the scene of the accident had taken place on Stockton Street in Princeton, New Jersey. The first driver was heading west on Quaker Road was turning left on Stockton Street before the accident. Police identified the driver as 74-year-old James Gore, resident of Trenton.
When Gore was attempting to turn onto Stockton Street, he failed to yield to an oncoming Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) and the two collided into traffic. Officials identified the driver of the SUV as Jillian Kenny, resident of Delray Beach, Fla.
The intensity of the collision forced both vehicles on the northbound lanes into the southbound lanes of oncoming traffic. The two damaged vehicles were then almost hit by 40-year-old Adolfo Russo, resident of Hillsborough, New Jersey, when he smashed into the Bridge attempting to move out of the way of the accident.
Authorities reported both Kenny and Russo were treated by emergency medical officials (EMS) at the scene of the accident for burn wounds when the airbags released in the crash. The Department of Transportation team was called to the accident to assess the damages done to the local Bridge when the third vehicle crashed into it to avoid a worse collision. Gore was issues a ticket by police for failure to yield to the right of way.