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Pedestrian Injured In Car Accident In Freehold Township: Police – Car Accident

FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP —A woman who was struck by a car on Route 9 early Thursday morning has been taken to Jersey Shore University Medical Center in Neptune for treatment, police say.

In updated information on an accident that happened around 5 a.m. Thursday, Lt. Scott Hall said the woman was a pedestrian and resident of town. The driver of the car was a male, and also a resident. No summons was issued.

He said there are no identifications at this time, but the department will update the matter as the investigation continues.

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The accident prompted commuting delays in the area Thursday morning, authorities said earlier Thursday. The accident took place on Route 9 northbound at Route 79/Schank Road, according to an early report from the New Jersey Department of Transportation.

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