Sunday, June 29, 2014

Galloway Man Receives Serious Injuries After Early Morning Crash; Second Driver Charged with DWI

On June 29, 2014 at 3:59 a.m., Galloway Township Police responded to a serious motor vehicle accident that occurred on the White Horse Pike (RT30) at Mannheim Ave.  

Two vehicles were involved and both were traveling east bound on Rt.30. Both vehicles struck utility poles causing Rt. 30 (east bound lanes) to be shut down for over five (5) hours.  

The first vehicle was a 1998 Toyota RAV 4 and was operated by a 24 year-old male from Galloway Township. He was transported by an ambulance to Atlanticare Medical Center, City Division with serious injuries.  

The second vehicle was a 2010 Honda Insight and was operated by a Jordan Jerrold, a 26 year-old male from Yardley PA.  He was transported via ambulance to the Atlanticare Medical Center, Mainland Division with minor injuries.  

The passenger in the Honda Insight was a 26 year-old male from Yardley PA and refused medical treatment at the scene.  

Mr. Jerrold was charged with Driving while Intoxicated, Reckless Driving, Failure to Maintain a Single Lane and for operating an Unregistered Vehicle.  The accident is being investigated by Patrol Officer Bill Kline and Patrol Officer Steven Garrison, further charges possible pending the outcome of the investigation. 

Galloway Police were assisted by Absecon Police, Stockton College Police, and the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office.  Galloway EMS, Atlanticare EMS, Pomona Fire Company, Germania Fire Company, and Atlantic City Electric also responded.


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