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PHOTOS: Vehicle overturns on James Street in Lakewood

One person was hospitalized. 

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There are 7 Comments to "PHOTOS: Vehicle overturns on James Street in Lakewood"

  • Ohev Hashem says:

    Why? Why? Why? TLS why must we see pictures of every accident in Lakewood? Why can’t we see more POSITIVE things over and over again? Let’s THANK Hashem publicly over and over…..let’s see posts that make us shout HODU LASHEM KI TOV!

    please!!! Use your podium to elicit TODAH LASHEM!!

  • Shai says:

    GReat reporting!!! Love the car shots

  • wondering says:

    When will we stop calling these things accidents and not negligence.

  • Marc says:

    To wondering:
    Sure, when the negligent driving leading to these accidents will decrease.

  • Cedarbridge says:

    I would imagine that there isn’t another municipality in the entire state of NJ with as many “rollover” motor vehicle accidents as Lakewood on an annual basis. Just slow down, observe traffic laws and signals, put down the phone (holding it while on a speaker phone is not hands free) and lets all save the hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to our vehicles. And lets not forget the pain and suffering from all the injuries.

    • S209 says:

      @cedarbridge You would imagine, but you would be wrong. Just because every accident is vividly publicized here doesn’t mean they’re more common here than elsewhere.

  • Outsider looking in. says:

    The pole looks salvageable but the car is another story. Biezrat Hashem, all will be well, it always is, Shabbat Shalom Mevacorach & a meaningful Shabout holiday season to all of Klal Yisrael. Bore Olam should protect us all.