Two injured after cars crashed into South Brunswick Wendy’s


SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Two people were injured after two cars crashed into a South Brunswick Wendy’s fast food restaurant on Monday. Police here said at around 1 p.m., a Toyota Corolla was driving south on Route 130 when it left the road and became airborne, striking another car that was waiting in line at the drive-thru. Both cars then crashed into nearby outdoor dining tables where patrons were seated.

The Monmouth Junction Fire Department arrived on the scene to extricate the driver of the Toyota. The driver was rushed to RWJ University Hospital. A juvenile in the car waiting in the drive-thru line was also taken to the hospital after reporting pain.

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