Adult and tot flown from critical crash, trade slowed on Interstate 78

UPDATE: 5 humour life-threatening injuries after automobile flips on I-78 (UPDATE)

An adult and an tot were harm in a critical pile-up Sunday morning on Interstate 78, according to New Jersey state police.

The dual were flown in a medical helicopter, according to a sergeant during a New Jersey State Police’s Perryville barracks.

The pile-up with a flipped-over automobile was posted during 7:33 a.m. on during New Jersey Department of Transportation trade information website. A automobile was speckled in a median only easterly of Petticoat Lane.

The westbound lanes of Interstate 78 were sealed during 7:33 a.m. in a area of Exit 18 in Clinton Township, Hunterdon County, a site says. A declare pronounced one line was open in any instruction of a highway by 8:30 a.m.

An collision review is underway, according to an 8:02 a.m. update. There were countless ambulances and it’s misleading either others were harmed or a border of a injuries.

We’ll update a conditions as military yield some-more information.

Rudy Miller might be reached at rmiller@lehighvalleylive.com. Follow him on Twitter@RudyMillerLV. Find Easton area news on Facebook.

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