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Rt 130 MVA
Posted On: May 28, 2010

Route 130 North Reopened; Crash Under Investigation

NJ.COM - Washington Township - April 10, 2007 - The northbound lanes of Route 130 have been reopened to traffic following a serious collision that occurred just before 6:50 p.m. Tuesday.

Two people were seriously injured in the crash.

Police said the accident occurred in the 1100 block of Route 130, just south of Woodside Road, when the southbound car being driven by Millie Lamberty, 50, of Trenton, veered across the highway's median and collided head-on with the northbound car being driven by Vijaytash V. Singh, 30, of East Windsor.

Investigators are looking into the possibility that Lamberty may have suffered some kind of medical emergency prior to losing control of her car, police said. They are also investigating what role, if any, alcohol or drugs played in the crash, police said.

Both vehicles sustained significant damage, trapping Lamberty and Singh in their seats. Firefighters from the Washington Township and Mercerville fire departments had to use hydraulic cutting equipment to free them. In Singh's case, firefighters had to cut away the entire roof of his car.

Once freed, both Lamberty and Singh were rushed by ambulance to the regional trauma center at Capital Health System at Fuld hospital in Trenton, where they are currently undergoing emergency treatment, police said.

The entire northbound side of Route 130 was closed to traffic until about 9:30 p.m. to allow township police and detectives from the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office to investigate the accident.

Police said that investigation remains ongoing at this time under the direction of Officer Barbara Borges.

About 8 p.m., while police were busy investigating this accident, a second crash involving three vehicles occurred a short distance away along the southbound side of Route 130. At least three people were injured in that collision, but their injuries were reportedly not serious.

Firefighters work to cut away the roof to free the trapped driver of
a car involved in a head-on collision on Route 130 in
Washington Township Tuesday evening.
Both cars involved in the collision sustained extensive damage.

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