• August 28, 2023

Six Injured in Multi-Vehicle Accident in Warren County, NJ

Warren County, NJ — August 14, 2023, six people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash at St. James Avenue and Route 22 in Pohatcong Township, Warren County, NJ.

Authorities indicate that on August 14, an accident occurred when multiple vehicles collided in Warren County for unknown reasons. According to reports, the crash happened shortly before 1:00 in the afternoon.

Investigators say a vehicle traveling along Route 22 attempted to cross over two lanes to make a turn onto St. James Avenue. According to reports, the car allegedly forced a tractor-trailer onto St. James Avenue, where it collided with a vehicle. Other cars were involved in the crash, but the details are unclear. Police say the collision caused the tractor-trailer to overturn, causing two cars to lodge underneath.

Officials say six people suffered injuries in the collision, but the injuries were not life-threatening. The injured people were taken to an area hospital for medical attention.

Authorities have not determined what caused the accident. The investigation is ongoing.

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