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Six Flags Great Adventure vehicle crash injures three

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Six Flags Great Adventure vehicle crash injures three

8:47 p.m. EDT May 30, 2014 app.com

 

JACKSON – Two vehicles collided Friday night at Six Flags Great Adventure and at least three people were injured and taken to the hospital, a park official said.

 

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(Photo: COURTESY GREATADVENTUREHISTORY.COM)

 

Police and emergency medical technicians responded at 7:15 p.m. to the crash at Six Flags Great Adventure where several people were injured, according to witnesses and first responders.

 

“I can tell you that there was an accident involving two guest vehicles as they were exiting the property. Our security and first aid teams immediately responded. Three guests were transported to the hospital for further evaluation,” Kristin B. Siebeneicher, a spokesperson for Six Flags Great Adventure

 

Paramedics and ambulance squad members were at the scene and three people were taken to Centra State Medical Center in Freehold, first responders said.

 

Police did not provide information about the crash Friday night.

 

 

 

 

This isn't really a newsworthy story but what I did find interesting is that they used a photo of the park from pre-1974. Our site must have provided it for one of the Asbury Park Press' previous articles.

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totally agree, im surprised more people haven't been hurt in the lot. the organization is terrible. they have zero lot attendants directing any traffic.

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More details released on app.com

 

JACKSON – Three people suffered injuries when two cars collided Friday night in the main parking lot of Six Flags Great Adventure.

The crash occurred at 7:24 p.m. when a 2001 Nissan Altima driven by Nicholas Taylor, of Holland, Pennsylvania, pulled out from between two rows of parking spaces in front of a 2008 GMC Sierra pickup truck, which was traveling on a main road inside the theme park.

The pickup struck the driver’s side door of the Nissan, which was attempting to cross the road.

The three passengers in the Nissan suffered injuries that are not thought to be life-threatening. Two suffered head injuries while a third was injured in the upper leg and hip area.

Jackson First Aid transported them to CentraState Medical Center in Freehold Township.

No one was injured in the pickup truck, which was driven by Bryan Ecochardt of Jackson.

Taylor was issued a summons for careless driving.

Jackson Police officers Andrea Falzarano and Michael Kelly investigated.

 

Edited by jdc12192

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