UNION, NJ – A three-car accident snarled traffic Monday night in front of Town Hall on Morris Avenue.
Union police and firefighters responded to the accident at about 7:00 p.m. and found one vehicle on its roof. Emergency crews secured the vehicles, according to Union Fire Chief Mike Scanio, and checked to see if an extrication was needed, but all drivers were out of the cars upon the first responder’s arrival.
The Emergency Medical Unit arrived and handled care for two occupants of the BMW, who were bleeding, said Scanio. The two occupants refused further medical aid.
The driver of a blue Challenger complained of an arm injury, and was transported to University Hospital as a precaution. The driver of the Nissan was not injured.
Morris Avenue was closed westbound from Grandview to Stuyvesant Avenues while firefighters secured the batteries of the vehicles, applied speedy dry and assisted in cleaning debris and police conducted their investigation.