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3 hospitalized with serious injuries seriously after 2 cars collide in southern New Jersey

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GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP, New Jersey — Three people were hospitalized after two cars collided on a southern New Jersey roadway.

Galloway Township police say the crash occurred around 12:20 a.m. Saturday on Wrangleboro Road.

They say a northbound car driven by 20-year-old Nicole Honrychs, of Mullica Hill, crossed over the center line and struck a southbound car driven by 21-year-old Anthonee Waterford-Williams, of Galloway Township.

Both drivers and a passenger in Honrychs' car, 21-year-old Taylor Adams, 21, of Mount Royal, were injured in the crash. They were all being treated at a hospital, but further details on their injuries and conditions were not disclosed.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation.

The crash caused authorities to shut down the roadway for about two hours.

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