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Hammonton, NJ – Man Hospitalized After Pedestrian Accident on S White Horse Pike

Hammonton, NJ - Man Hospitalized After Pedestrian Accident on S White Horse Pike
September 5, 2022

Hammonton, NJ (September 5, 2022) – New Jersey State Police officers are reportedly investigating a serious crash that unfolded in Hammonton and involved a pedestrian on August 26th.

At 10:15 a.m. on August 26, Hammonton Police Chief Kevin Friel said, officers responded to a report of a person being struck by a car in the 100 block of South White Horse Pike.

The first inquiry has shown that a 42-year-old man was struck and severely wounded. According to Friel, the victim suffered many injuries, including a fractured leg, and was taken away in an ambulance.

Because to the temporary closure of the White Horse Pike, traffic was temporarily redirected onto side streets.

According to Friel, the accident is still being looked into and no one has been charged thus yet. Friel said that Sgt. Jonathan O’Neil is the officer in charge of the investigation.

We wish the wounded victim a speedy and complete recovery, and they remain in our thoughts and prayers.

New Jersey Auto-Pedestrian Accident Injuries

Experts in traffic safety agree that the numerous new laws and procedures implemented in recent years by New Jersey’s towns and municipalities to increase pedestrian safety will be beneficial in the long run.

More than half of all pedestrian fatalities in five North Jersey counties this year have occurred in the last few months. Statistics from around the state have been rising, thus greater action is needed to protect the people of the Garden State.

According to the latest up-to-date statistics from the New Jersey State Police, our state saw its highest annual total of road deaths since 2007 and its highest annual number of pedestrian fatalities in more than three decades in 2021.

To rub salt in the wound, New Jersey’s State Police report that as of the end of December, 672 pedestrians had lost their lives in traffic accidents in the Garden State, making this year the worst on record. To put it another way, this is the largest number of deaths since 724 were recorded in 2007.

The personal injury attorneys at Spear Greenfield are here to assist you in any way they can. We will provide any assistance we can to help you and your loved ones get back on your feet and go on with your lives. The victims and their loved ones of these often avoidable accidents are in our thoughts and prayers.

It goes without saying that the effects of a pedestrian accident on the sufferer and their loved ones may be devastating, which is why it’s so important to get legal representation without delay. Contact Spear Greenfield or visit our website now to set up your no-cost first appointment with a pedestrian accident lawyer. If you’ve been hurt in a pedestrian accident caused by a careless motorist, you can rely on our experienced attorneys to offer you the best possible representation in court.

In a moment of need, you should not be afraid to consult with a top-notch attorney. Call our firm’s New Jersey pedestrian accident attorneys at (215) 600-0681 if you or a loved one has been hurt while walking in the Garden State. Get in touch with us right away so that we can set up a no-cost first consultation with our sympathetic staff. This first review of your claim comes with no obligations or fees.

Note: Our team of writers uses secondary sources to produce this post, including local and state media and news sources, local and state police incident reports, social media platforms as well as eyewitness accounts about serious accidents that take place in Pennsylvania. For that reason, if you find any information that is not correct, please contact Spear Greenfield Personal Injury Attorneys as soon as possible so that we can update the post with the most accurate information available. A post will be removed upon request. 

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