Camden County Collision Causes Fire And Serious Injury To Motorcyclist
By Brenner Spiller & Archer, LLP | July 12, 2017
A motorcyclist that was seriously injured in a collision with a pickup truck on the afternoon of May 25 in Gloucester Township has been hospitalized for his injuries from the accident.
The accident occurred on Berlin-Cross Keys Road in Camden County at 4:26 p.m. in the afternoon of that day. The collision between the two vehicles caused the motorcycle to catch on fire. After the accident, the burnt remains of the motorcycle were situated at the on the ramp of the Atlantic City Expressway, as well as leaving black marks on the road and debris strewn about the roadway.
While no information about what caused the accident was provided by police officials at the time of the crash, they did report that the motorcyclist suffered severe injuries to his leg, arm, and face as a result of the impact. The motorcyclist was transported to Cooper University Hospital for medical treatment. The driver of the pickup truck wasn’t injured in the accident.
Police investigated the incident and took measures to reconstruct the details of the crash. The Berlin-Cross Keys Road was closed for approximately one hour during the investigation. The road was closed between Sicklerville Road and Johnson Road as a result of the crash and reopened that evening. The exact cause of the accident is under investigation by the Gloucester Township Police Serious Crash Investigation Team.
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