MANCHESTER – Several emergency crews responded to the intersection of Route 70 and Manchester Boulevard after two vehicles collided, overturning one of them.
The crash happened at about 10:45 a.m. on Nov. 21, police said.
After investigating, police determined that a 1998 Ford Taurus was heading east on 70, when the driver of a 2013 Nissan Rogue made a left turn onto Manchester Boulevard, into the path of the Ford.
The Nissan was turned over onto the driver’s side, with the driver still trapped inside, police said. The driver, Adele Beyer, 87, of Whiting, was extricated from her car and transported to Community Medical Center in Toms River for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
The driver of the Ford, Debra Negron, 60, of Manchester, and her passenger, Stephen Negron, 37, of Manchester, were also transported to Community for non-life threatening injuries.
The Manchester Township Police Department urged motorists to allow extra time while traveling this holiday season and to always wear seat belts.
In addition to Manchester police, Whiting Volunteer Fire Department, Manchester Volunteer Fire Department, Lakehurst Volunteer Fire Department, Quality Medical Transport, Whiting Volunteer First Aid Squad, and MONOC paramedics responded.
The crash is being investigated by Patrolman Ian Bole of the Manchester Police Department’s Traffic Safety section.