PARAMUS, NJ – A 35-year-old woman was extricated after crashing her vehicle on a rainy Paramus roadway on Friday night, according to Daily Voice.
The accident happened on Route 4 near Route 17 during the rain on Friday night. The Hamburg resident’s 2015 Subaru legacy began hydroplaning in the westbound lanes. It hit a fire hydrant, overturned, and slammed into a tree.
Authorities found the vehicle with the driver’s side down and the woman trapped inside.
She was transported to a hospital in Hackensack. She suffered a head injury in the crash that was not considered life-threatening.
Authorities said the driver was lucky to not have more severe injuries and advised drivers to slow down, allow extra travel time, and beware of the wet road conditions.
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