FAIR LAWN, NJ - A car crash at George Street and Hopper Avenue prior to noon today resulted in three individuals going to area hospitals with chest pain after the Jaws of Life was used to extricate one of the drivers, police said.

At 11:43 am, police said a 2019 Ford, being driven by a 77-year-old female from Fair Lawn, was traveling south on George Street at Hopper Avenue when it struck a 2018 Toyota, being driven by a 72-year-old male from Fair Lawn. 

Police gave the operator of the Ford a summons for "disgard of a traffic sign."  There are stop signs on George Street at the corner of Hopper Avenue.

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The Toyota had one passenger, a 70-year-old female from Fair Lawn.

The Toyota’s driver side door needed to be removed with the Jaws of Life by the Fair Lawn Rescue Squad, police said.

The female operator of the Ford was taken to Valley Hospital with chest pain, while the male operator and female passenger of the Toyota were taken to Hackensack University Medical Center with chest pain, police said.