to connectVideoRaw video: the Aftermath of a dump truck and hit by state troopers, and multiple pedestrians on a New Jersey highway
Both the speed and the pedestrians were out of their vehicle at the scene of a separate automobile accident, she is transported to a nearby hospital.
Two New Jersey state troopers, was on Tuesday admitted to a hospital after they were hit by a dump truck on an interstate highway, where they were investigating a crash, an accident that apparently resulted in a multi-vehicle pile-up in which an ambulance and a fire truck.
The troopers were struck at about 10:20 p.m. on I-280 in West Orange, the Police have placed on-line. The pair were responding to an accident when a truck struck them as they were standing outside of their patrol cars, officials said.
A total of 12 vehicles were reportedly involved in a massive wreck on Interstate 280 in New Jersey on Tuesday.
Several pedestrians were also struck, but no one was reported to have serious injuries, according to the researchers, who said to expect traffic delays on I-280.
All of the highway lanes were closed as authorities responded to the scene. Aerial footage showed at least a half-dozen cars, including an ambulance, a fire truck, and the New Jersey State Police SUV involved in the wreck.
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Images from the scene showed a dump truck that tipped over on its side, and put on a gray van that was involved in the crash. A total of 12 vehicles, including a food truck, which appeared to be involved in the accident, according to Fox affiliate WNYW.
For more information about the crash, including a more detailed timeline of the chain of events was not immediately available.