Update: Trenton and Philadelphia Woman Sustain Serious Injuries In Highway 29 Crash

Preliminary information indicates that a Toyota operated by Sharon Shelton, 57 of Trenton, N.J., was traveling south in the northbound lanes.


This morning’s MidJersey.News breaking news story here: BREAKING: Serious Accident On Rt 29, All North Bound Lanes Closed For Accident Investigation


November 29, 2020

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–NJ State Police Sgt. Philip Curry of the Public Information Bureau told MidJersey.News, the crash occurred at 6:10 am on State Highway 29 northbound mile post 1 in Hamilton Township. 

Sgt. Curry stated, preliminary information indicates that a Toyota operated by Sharon Shelton, 57 of Trenton, N.J., was traveling south in the northbound lanes.  The Shelton Toyota impacted the front of a northbound travelling Ford operated by Priscila Martins, 33, of Philadelphia, PA.  As a result of the crash, the Martins Ford ran off the road to the right, struck guardrail, overturned, and struck a tree.  Both drivers sustained serious injuries.

State Highway 29 north was closed at mile post 1 for approximately 5 hours resulting in minimal traffic congestion.  According to NJ State Police, this crash is still under investigation and there is no further information at this time.

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