Teen Bike Rider Suffered Non-Life-Threatening Injuries After Union Hill Accident
Police said the minor suffered broken teeth and a broken bone.
A pedestrian accident on Union Hill Road yesterday afternoon warranted a state medavac helicopter at the time, but police said a teenager hit by a commercial vehicle is currently in stable condition.
A commercial vehicle struck a male teenager riding his bicycle along Union Hill Road in Marlboro on Monday at approximately 3:45 p.m. between Menzel Lane and Tennent Road.
The teenager suffered broken teeth and a broken bone as well as cuts and bruises, according to police. Marlboro Police have not released the identity of the minor at this time.
The stretch of road remained closed for the afternoon due to police investigation, but Police Captain Steve Mennona said no tickets have been issued to the driver, who did remain on the scene and cooperate with police.
A medavac helicopter landed behind Asher Holmes Elementary School to transport the teenage boy to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. The accident investigation is ongoing.