Editor's Note: a correction was made changing "Wednesday" to "Tuesday."
HAWTHORNE, NJ - Hawthorne Police and Ambulances responded to a collision at approximately 2:30 p.m. Tuesday. Two vehicles struck at the intersection of 9th Avenue and Utter Avenue, with a silver Ford coming to a halt on the front lawn of a house. The silver car had its entire driver's side crushed and the white car's front end had been smashed in.
Hawthorne Police temporarily closed the road to traffic with ambulances on hand and a tow truck arriving. It was not immediately known the nature or extent of possible injuries sustained.
"It was the loudest accident I’ve heard here in a while," area resident Alexandra Harbord told TAPinto Hawthorne. The street has a 25 miles-per-hour speed limit.
While the white vehicle was towed away, the silver car presented more of a challenge, being stuck on the grass. A flatbed truck was able to position itself across the road in such a way to align with the car and bring it on board. "This tow driver deserves a raise," Harbord said in light of the skill shown.
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