BETHLEHEM TOWNSHIP, NJ- Three people were injured and transported to the hospital after a two-car accident in Bethlehem on Saturday afternoon, according to NJ.com.
At approximately 3:21pm, a Pontiac Sedan and a GMC Acadia crashed on State Highway 173 in Hunterdon County heading west. 59-year-old and 62-year-old residents of Phillipsburg, as well as a 32-year-old Asbury resident, were all transported to area hospitals after the accident. None of the injuries were reported as life threatening.
New Jersey State Police, Pattenburg Rescue Squads and Fire Departments, various paramedics, and the Bloomsbury Hose Company were among those to respond to the accident.
We are monitoring for updates.
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