Firefighters Extricate One From NJ Turnpike Crash In Front Of Molly Pitcher Rest Area In Cranbury

June 12, 2021

CRANBURY TOWNSHIP, NJ (MIDDLESEX)–Around 11:08 a.m. a vehicle traveling south on the NJ Turnpike in front of the Molly Pitcher Service Area near the 71.8 mile marker lost control and crashed into a guard rail and the driver was reported trapped. Firefighters from Hightstown Fire Company and Cranbury Fire Company responded to the scene for he extrication. Capital Health Paramedics and Cranbury First Aid Squad responded to the scene to treat the patient.

It was reported that the person had to be extricated from the vehicle. Firefighters used rescue equipment to open the door of the vehicle. The victim was transported to the hospital, destination was unclear.

The NJ State Police are investigating the crash.

No further information is available at this time.