Car Goes Airborne in West Windsor, Damages Nine Vehicles
The driver was taken to the hospital as a precaution, police said.
A car crashed into a metal fence and went airborne over six cars, landing on its roof, at a Mini Cooper dealership on the north side of the Route 1 Friday morning, according to West Windsor police.
West Windsor emergency services pulled the woman who was driving out of the car and took her to University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro as a precautionary measure after she complained of pain, said Lt. William Bastedo
The car left the highway about 120 to 140 feet before the Princeton Mini dealership around 8:30 a.m., then hit the fence before going airborne, and landing on the seventh and eighth Mini Coopers in the line of cars, Bastedo said. Nine cars in the lot were either hit or damaged from debris.
No lanes were closed, but traffic was backed up to the 95 overpass in Lawrence, he said. A Nixle alert sent after the crash called it a “traffic nightmare.”