CINNAMINSON, NJ- One teen is critically injured after a driver swerved to avoid hitting a group of teens in Cinnaminson late Thursday, according to NJ.com.
At approximately 12:00 am, three teenagers were crossing north Route 130 near New Albany Road.
A driver had the green light and swerved to avoid hitting the teens, but two were struck by the vehicle. A 19-year-old was hospitalized in critical condition. The other injured teenager, a 17-year-old, is in stable condition. The third individual was not hit. The driver was cooperative with officials at the scene.
We will monitor for future updates.
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