White Township (July 18th, 2021) – According to authorities, two people were rushed to a local trauma center after a single-vehicle rollover accident in White Township on Sunday evening.

The single-vehicle accident happened in the 400 block of Hazen Oxford Road around 6:00 p.m. according to the New Jersey State Police.

Based on reports, a Kia Sedona minivan was headed west on Hazan Oxford when it slid off the road near a curve. The vehicle broke through a fence and off a wall that propelled the vehicle to the air ultimately causing it to roll back onto its wheels on a nearby property.

The driver of the vehicle has been identified by authorities as 79-year-old Irwin Symons, resident of White Township. The passenger of the vehicle has been identified as 90-year-old Helga Symons, also a resident of White Township.

According to Sergeant Alejandro Goez of the New Jersey State Police, rescue personnel had to free Irwin Symons who had become trapped in the minivan. Helga Symons was rushed to St. Luke’s University Hospital in Fountain Hill by the Oxford Rescue Squad. The injuries sustained by her were not life-threatening, according to Sgt. Goez.

The Kia driver, Irwin Symons, was transported by St. Luke’s Ambulance about two and a half miles to a landing zone. He was flown to St. Luke’s University Hospital’s trauma center and is now in stable condition.

The case is currently under investigation by police from the Washington barracks. No other information is available at this time.

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