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press release September 25, 2013

 GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP NJ--On Tuesday, September 24th, 2013 at 8:10 PM, officers from Images the Gloucester Township Police Department responded to the Black Horse Pike (State Highway 168) and Landing Road on a report of a pedestrian motor vehicle crash.

Upon their arrival they observed 32 year old Joseph Wilson of Pilesgrove laying on the side of the road.

Reports at the scene and follow-up investigation revealed that Wilson was seen running in and out of traffic on the Black Horse Pike, attempting to jump in front of moving cars. Wilson jumped in front of a vehicle traveling north bound, was struck, lept to his feet and then jumped in front of another vehicle traveling south bound at which time he impacted the vehicle and was thrown several feet in the air. Mr. Wilson was transported to a local trauma unit where it was determined that he sustained non life threatening injuries, eventhough he was struck by two cars. No occupants of either of the involved vehicles sustained any injuries. At the time of this report, there have been no citations issued to either of the drivers.

Involved: Joseph Wilson age 32 of Woodstown-Daretown Rd in Pilesgrove, NJ


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