Burlington Man Significantly Injured in West Windsor Automotive Crash

WEST WINDSOR, NJ — Three people were left injured following a two-car crash on Sunday, police said.

At 7:13 pm Sunday, patrol units responded to Route 1 South, just south of Carnegie Boulevard, on a serious car collision involving a 2017 Lincoln MKZ and a 2020 Acura SUV.

According to police, the Lincoln was traveling south on Route 1 in the left lane. Just south of Carnegie Center Blvd, the car changed lanes to the right and struck the back of the Acura.

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The impact caused to Acura to spin, while the Lincoln drove off the road to the right, said police.

It then struck a tree, a utility pole guide wire and destroyed a hotel sign before coming to rest 30 feet from the road in the snow, said police.

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The driver of the Lincoln, a 41-year-old Burlington man, was trapped in his car. He was extracted by the Princeton Junction Volunteer Fire Company (Station 44).

Police took him to Capital Health Regional Medical Center-Fuld (Trauma), where he remains in ICU.

The driver and passenger of the Accura, residents of Cranbury, complained of pains in the neck, but declined to be taken to a hospital, said the police.

The West Windsor Police Department Traffic Unit & Detective Bureau are investigating the crash.

If you have any pertinent information, please contact Traffic Officer LaRocca at [email protected] or Traffic Sgt. Bal at [email protected] or at (609) 799-1222 or on our Confidential Tip Line at (609) 799-0452 .

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Burlington Man Seriously Injured in West Windsor Car Crash

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