HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, NJ (MERCER)–A vehicle lost control and crashed though a guardrail and down an embankment seriously injuring at least one occupant this afternoon around 2:25 pm. on Interstate 295. NJ State Police, Hamilton Township Fire Department, RWJ EMS, and Capital Health paramedics responded to the area of mile marker 59 North Bound for a person trapped and unconscious in a vehicle with a reported fire under the hood of the vehicle. The person was extricated and transported to the Trauma Center at Capital Health Regional Medical Center, EMS alerted the trauma center they were en route with a person with serious injuries. NJ State Police are investigating the crash, no other information is available at this time.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP (MERCER)– Hamilton Police are investigating a serious crash that sent multiple people to the hospital that occured at about 10:31 am on February 14.
According to police, a 2013 Toyota Prius, operated by Natacha Andujar-Cordero, of Trenton, was traveling East on Sylvan Avenue when she entered the intersection of Cedar Lane. Andujar-Cordero’s vehicle was then struck by a 2008 Kia Sedona, operated by Gina Desamours-Joseph of Hamilton. The Kia was traveling South at the time of the crash.
Andujar-Cordero was trapped inside of her vehicle and Hamilton Fire Department responded to the scene for extrication.
Andujar-Cordero was transported to Capital Health Regional Medical Center along with her passengers for serious injuries. Desamours-Joseph was transported to St. Francis Medical Center along with his passenger.
This crash is being investigated by Officer Christopher Clugsten and Officer Bryan Wood. Any witnesses are asked to contact the Hamilton Police Traffic Unit at 609-581-4000. Information may also be left anonymously through the Hamilton Police Crime Tip Hotline at 609-581-4008.
BREAKING NEWS REPORT: This report is based off of radio reports, close sources, and on scene information. Once more information comes available, the post will be updated.
HAMILTON TOWNSHIP (MERCER)— Two cars were involved in a crash at Cedar Lane and Sylvan Avenue around 10:30 this morning.
Hamilton Fire Department responded for reported entrapment, and performed a “door pop” to free the patient from their vehicle.
Robert Wood Johnson EMS, Nottingham First Aid Squad, Trenton EMS, and Capital Health Paramedics responded to the scene and transported 5 people to the hospital. Three patients were transported to the Trauma Center at Capital Health Regional Medical Center with “trauma alerts” called. Two patients were transported to St. Francis Medical Center with minor injuries.
Hamilton Police Division’s traffic unit is investigating. Cedar Lane remains shut down between Newkirk Avenue and South Olden Avenue.