Gloucester Twp, NJ – College Drive Scene of Injury Hit-and-Run Crash

Gloucester Twp, NJ – College Drive Scene of Injury Hit-and-Run Crash

Gloucester Twp, NJ (May 11, 2023) – Police in Gloucester Township are currently searching for the driver of a pickup truck responsible for causing a hit-and-run collision. The accident occurred at around 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 6. 

Sources say the crash happened along College Drive in Blackwood when a light-colored pickup truck hit a vehicle in the southbound lanes while merging. When the pickup struck the other vehicle, it was forced into a head-on crash with yet another car headed north. 

The driver of the pickup truck did not stop to render aid or wait for police. Authorities in Gloucester Township are still investigating. 

Paramedics rendered aid to the injured parties at the scene, but few details are currently available concerning the nature and severity of those injuries.

We hope for the full and fast recovery of the injured victims. 

No further information has been reported. 

New Jersey Car Accidents

 Gloucester Twp, NJ - College Drive Scene of Injury Hit-and-Run Crash Car accidents have become one of the main reasons people in the United States sustain injuries and/or lose their lives. In fact, individuals aged 15-20 are most often killed by car accidents. It is never easy to sustain a serious injury or injury in a car accident. Especially if you know the wreck was caused by a negligent driver, you may be going through a very trying time in the days and weeks after your accident. In New Jersey, tens of thousands of people sustain injuries in car crashes every single year. The majority of the car wrecks reported in the Garden State are caused by driver negligence. 

Several types of driver negligence exist in the United States and throughout New Jersey. Driver intoxication, distraction, fatigue, and speeding contribute to too many accidents each year. On average, more than 400,000 car crashes are caused by distracted driving per year in the US. Additionally, about 11,000 people lose their lives per year in auto accidents caused by drivers who are speeding. 

Throughout the nation, over 6 million car crashes are reported per year that cause injuries to around 3 million people. Sadly, about 40,000 people lose their lives due to traffic collisions in the United States each year. 

If you or someone you love has been hurt by the actions of a negligent driver, you should be able to recover without having to worry about money. You may have bills that are piling up against you related to medical care, vehicle repairs, wage loss, and more. Allow the traffic accident attorneys in New Jersey from Metro Law to help you recover. 

At Metro Law, we have been helping injured accident victims recover for decades. Our main goal is to help those who have been hurt by negligent driving to recover without incident. Call our law firm as soon as you can to learn more about your ability to recover with our help. You can reach us at (800) 469-6476.