Toms River man, Jackson woman injured after car catches fire in Marlboro
A Toms River man and a Jackson woman are being treated for non-life threatening injuries after their car caught fire in Marlboro Township on Monday night.
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Marlboro Police said that they received a 9-1-1 call about an overturned vehicle that had caught fire on Hartman Road around 11:53 pm.
When police officers arrived on scene, they saw a black BMW fully engulfed in flames.
The driver of the vehicle, a 23-year old man from Toms River, and the passenger, a 21-year old woman from Jackson, were both out of the vehicle at the time police arrive on scene.
Marlboro Police said that both the driver and passenger sustained non-life threatening injuries in the accident and were brought to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital for treatment.
The cause of the crash remains under investigation by Cpl. David Ruditsky and Ptlm. Brian Peterson of the Marlboro Township Police Traffic and Safety Bureau.