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Two-Car Crash on Route 33 Sends East Windsor Man to Hospital

John Bartzak was suffered a head and leg injury as a result of the crash.

Two cars collided at the intersection of Route 33 and Hickory Corner Road in East Windsor Monday afternoon that resulted in an injured East Windsor resident. 

Bronx native Mario Arita, 62, was driving a 2007 Freightliner eastbound on Route 33 and was attempting to turn left onto Hickory Corner Road when he was struck by a 1997 Acura traveling westbound. The Acura, which was driven by East Windsor resident John Bartzak, 42, struck the Freightliner in the middle of the intersection, according to police. 

Bartzak suffered a leg and head injury and was transported to University Medical Center of Princeton for treatment, police said. There was also young boy passenger in the vehicle, but he did not suffer any injuries, according to police. Arita also did not suffer any injuries as a result of the accident. 

Police responded to the scene of the collision shortly before 4 p.m. The scene of the accident was closed for about 45 minutes while a preliminary investigation took place and until the scene was cleared. 

Along with the East Windsor Police, the East Windsor Volunteer Rescue Squad #1, the East Windsor Volunteer Fire Department Company 1, the East Windsor Volunteer Fire Department Company 2, the Hightstown Volunteer Fire Department, the Capital Health Ambulance, and the Capital Health Paramedics all responded to the scene. 

This crash is still under investigation by the East Windsor Police Department Traffic Safety Unit and no charges have been filed as of Monday evening, police said.   

Bettie Witherspoon January 06, 2014 at 09:20 PM
May the Lord comfort and heal the injured and all those who were involved, including their families and loved ones. May the Lord enter the hearts, minds and souls of all who drive to be cautious when on the road, not just in their own actions but those who are around them.
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