ROXBURY TWP, NJ – Two drivers were injured in a collision that shut down Route 80 in Morris County for three hours on Sunday evening, Daily Voice reports.
The crash happened near mile marker 28.4 in Roxbury Township at about 5:15 p.m. on May 2. A westbound Kia struck the left guardrail, then veered into a Toyota, collided with the right guardrail, and overturned.
The chain-reaction crash seriously injured the Kia’s driver, while the other driver’s injuries were considered minor.
The right and center lanes of traffic were closed for three hours as emergency crews worked the scene. They reopened sometime around 8 p.m.
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