Crash at EHT Fire & Delilah Roads Involving School Bus, Beer Truck & Car
WE HAVE OBTAINED EXCLUSIVE PHOTOS FROM THE CRASH SITE THAT WE HAVE INCLUDED THROUGHOUT THIS ARTICLE.
An eyewitness contacted us to report the following:
At approximately 4:30 p.m., a crash has occurred in the area of the Fire Road and Delilah Road intersection in Egg Harbor Township involving:
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Our eyewitness is an elected official, who was on the scene at the time of the crash.
He counted 12 young children standing on the grass, off to the side of the road and reported to us that no one appeared to be hurt.
The witness stated that there was “paper all over the road.”
We have been advised that the beer truck was traveling towards Atlantic City on Delilah Road.
The school bus was heading towards Absecon/Galloway.
It was not clear to our witness in which direction the passenger car was traveling.
We have spoken directly with Egg Harbor Township Police Captain Fred Spano, who confirmed the following:
”I can confirm that there was a crash at the intersection section of Fire Road and Delilah Road in Egg Harbor Township,” said Captain Spano.
“The crash involved 3 vehicles and is presently under investigation by Egg Harbor Township Police Officer Tom Rizzotte,” said Captain Spano.
“The crash did involve an Egg Harbor Township transportation school bus. There are no reported injuries to the children … other then being shaken up,” said Captain Spano.
“A police report of this incident will be available within approximately 5 days,” concluded Captain Spano.
Our eyewitness could not determine who was responsible for causing the crash. The Egg Harbor Township Police investigation will determine that.
We have confirmed (through a close family member) that the driver of the passenger car is at the AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Division, with what we have been advised are non-life-threatening injuries.
Please be guided accordingly to avoid the area of fire Road and Delilah Road intersection in Egg Harbor Township until further notice.
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