Police: 3 Teens Hurt In High-Speed Delran Crash - Fox 2 News Headlines

Police: 3 Teens Hurt In High-Speed Delran Crash

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Courtesy: Delran Police Dept. Courtesy: Delran Police Dept.
DELRAN, N.J. -

Three teenagers were injured in a fiery two-car accident Monday night on Route 130 in Delran, police say.

The cars were speeding when one of them struck a utility pole and overturned, trapping two occupants around 9:20 p.m. on the 4000 block of Burlington Pike, in front of the Millside Shopping Center, according to police.

The 17-year-old driver of that car was extricated from the wreckage and flown to Cooper University Hospital with a fractured femur and internal injuries. A 17-year-old front-seat passenger was taken by ambulance to Cooper University Hospital.

Police said the other vehicle burst into flames due to a collision with the first car. Its driver escaped with minor injuries and was taken to Lourdes Medical Center. A passenger of his vehicle refused treatment at the scene.

All three of the injured occupants were reported to be Delran High School students.

Police say they're investigating what caused the crash.

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