N.J. Route 35 SUV accident injures 2 drivers.

Monmouth County drivers injured after 3 SUVs collide.

New York, NY(NewYorkInjuryNews.com)–A three-car motor vehicle collision (MVC) injured two drivers in the Holmdel Township of Monmouth County, New Jersey around 9:30 Thursday morning. The Asbury Park Press, a daily newspaper in Monmouth and Ocean Counties of New Jersey, reports the car accident happened in Holmdel at the intersection of Centerville Road, Union Avenue, and Route 35. Roadway accident investigators state a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee, driven by 58 year-old Catherine Bopp of Hazlet, was stopped at the Centerville Road and Route 35 intersection, yielding to a Holmdel fire truck, before being rear-ended by a 2005 red Nissan Murano.

The driver of the Nissan SUV was 26 year-old Sunny Jackson of Matawan, New Jersey. Bopp’s Jeep was pushed into oncoming traffic by the force of the car crash. The Jeep was then hit by a 2006 white Nissan Extera, driven by 65 year-old, Norman Allen of Vestavia Hills, Alabama, when he entered Route 35 North. SUV drivers Bopp and Jackson suffered minor injuries. Holmdel emergency medical services (EMS) personnel transferred Bopp to Riverview Medical Center in Red Bank, for treatment of the injuries she suffered. Jackson was transported by EMS to Bayshore Regional Hospital in Hazlet, where he was treated by doctors and nurses the injuries he suffered in the multi-vehicle SUV accident. The extent Hills injuries was not available.

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