A New Jersey Head-on Collision Leaves 4 in Critical Condition

A two-vehicle Gloucester Township, New Jersey automobile accident leaves four people critically injured.

On June 6, 2011, at about 2:20 p.m. on Monday, Joseph Riley, 36, of Sickerville, was driving a Ford Expedition on Slickerville Road. As he was driving south near Freeway Golf Course, he approached an oncoming Land Rover LR2.

The Land Rover, driven by Myrna Jackson, 40, of Pine Hill, was traveling northbound along Slicklerville Road. As the two vehicles approached one another, Riley’s Expedition crossed the center line, colliding head-on with the Land Rover.

Riley, Jackson, and two passengers in Jackson’s vehicle, Hafezzah Fitts, 35, and Gabriella Keith, 18, also of Pine Hill, were extracted from the crushed vehicles.

All four victims in the accident were transported to Cooper University Hospital in Camden where they were listed in critical but stable condition. Keith was transported to the hospital via medical helicopter.

This accident is still under investigation. No charges have been filed as of this time.

The Bucks County car wreck attorneys at Cordisco & Saile wish a quick and full recovery to all who were involved in this accident.