TOMS RIVER, NJ – Authorities were called to the scene of a rollover crash on Route 37 that partially amputated the arm of a driver in Toms River on Monday.
According to Daily Voice, 38-year-old Gabriel S. Frigerio had been headed west when his vehicle struck the curb and overturned in front of a seafood restaurant in the 3400 block of Route 37. The vehicle then slid across the parking lot, hit another curb, and was flipped back on its wheels, all at about 5:50 p.m.
Frigerio’s arm was partially amputated when the vehicle rolled. Responding officers pulled the man from his car and applied a tourniquet. The victim was then airlifted to a medical center in Neptune City.
The accident is still under investigation.
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