SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – The 56-year-old New Brunswick woman seriously injured during an icy crash on George’s Road Sunday night has had her condition upgraded to fair, police said.

According to police, the accident took place at 8:17 p.m. Sunday night on George’s Road near Sarah Court.

A vehicle traveling north on Georges Road left the roadway and struck several large landscaping rocks, became airborne, then struck a fire hydrant and flipped over, landing in the driveway of a home, police said.

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The female driver, identified this week as a 56-year-old New Brunswick woman, was trapped in the vehicle as neighbors rushed to render aid.

The Monmouth Junction First Aid Squad transported the woman to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick in critical condition with multiple injuries Sunday night.

The hospital upgraded the woman’s condition to fair as of Tuesday night, police said.

The Monmouth Junction Fire Department also responded.

The crash closed part of George’s Road for four hours.

South Brunswick Police Traffic Safety Bureau is investigating the cause of the crash including speed and weather conditions, police said.

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