A Camden car accident involving two vehicles leaves four people injured after one of the drivers allegedly causes the other to veer off the road and crash. The incident took place early Saturday morning, November 5, 2011, along Admiral Wilson Boulevard.
According to local police, the two vehicles were traveling northbound along Admiral Wilson Boulevard near 10th Street when one of the cars was allegedly forced off the road by the other. The car that was forced off the road burst into flames after crashing.
Rescue crews transported two women from the vehicle to Temple University Hospital’s burn unit where they were reportedly listed in critical condition. Their identities were not immediately made known.
Two other occupants were transported to Cooper University Hospital where they were treated for injuries sustained in the crash. According to officials, their injuries were not considered to be life-threatening.
The early morning Camden car accident remains under investigation by local authorities as they try to determine the exact details concerning the wreck. The other driver was not charged in connection with the crash. The driver’s identity was not made available.
This is an unfortunate incident, and we wish all the victims a speedy recovery during this difficult time.