BREAKING: NJ State Police Vehicle Destroyed By Dump Truck On NJ Turnpike

SEE AFTERNOON UPDATE HERE: UPDATE: NJSP Col. Callahan And Govenor Phil Murphy Provide Update On Crash; Trooper Will Be OK

BREAKING NEWS: Once official information is released the site will be updated.

11:30 am update traffic is backed up over 10 miles on NJ Turnpike South Bound Avoid the Turnpike

1:30 pm update according to the traffic map the roadway shows no delays

June 22, 2020

SEE AFTERNOON UPDATE HERE: UPDATE: NJSP Col. Callahan And Govenor Phil Murphy Provide Update On Crash; Trooper Will Be OK

CRANBURY, NJ (MIDDLESEX)–Around 7 am. it appears that a dump truck traveling south bound in the area of mile marker 70.7 hit a NJ State Police vehicle. Photos from the scene show the NJSP vehicle in a ball of metal and the dump truck overturned that was full of dirt.

Expect heavy delays on the NJ Turnpike until this accident is investigated and cleared. Delays south bound will be in the area of Exit 8A Cranbury between Station Road and Cranbury-Half Acre Road. Currently the traffic backup is 3 miles in length traveling south bound all the way to Exit 8A.

Traffic reroute is get off at Exit 8A to Route 130 South to the Route 33 Bypass back onto the NJ Turnpike.

NJ State Police has not released information about the accident yet and they are still on scene investigating at the time of this report.

Luckily there are no life threatening injures in the accident. More to follow.

Responding that we know of were Cranbury Fire Company, Hightstown Engine Company, Cranbury EMS, Robbinsville Fire Department EMS. Possibly others.


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