Early Morning Accident On New Jersey Turnpike In Robbinsville Leaves Several Injured

November 1, 2020

ROBBINSVILLE TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)—New Jersey State Police Spokesman Sergeant Philip Curry told MidJersey.News that a crash occurred at 2:01 am on the New Jersey Turnpike North Bound Inner Roadway (car lanes-nickname) at mile post 62.1 in Robbinsville Twp. Preliminary information indicates that Levert Wooten, 30, of New Britain. CT, was involved in a two car motor vehicle accident and his 2011 Chevrolet became disabled in the left lane.  Wooten was outside of his vehicle when a 2020 Honda travelling northbound struck Wooten and the disabled Chevrolet.  Wooten sustained serious injuries as a result of the crash.

The driver of the Honda, Nicholas Rodriguez, 24, of Old Bridge, N.J. sustained moderate injuries and Honda passenger, Leanna Clark, 25, of Old Bridge sustained moderate injuries.

The northbound inner roadway was closed for approx. 4 hours resulting in minimal traffic congestion.  This accident is still under investigation and there is no further information at this time.

MidJersey.News has a list of responders as Robbinsville Township Fire Department and EMS, East Windsor EMS, Allentown EMS, RWJ at Hamilton EMS, Capital Health paramedics and others responded but don’t have a full list at this time. If further information becomes available the story will be updated.