New Jersey State Police say a 62-year-old Morristown man flipped his car on Interstate 287 Tuesday night and had to be extricated from the vehicle and taken to the hospital, NJ.com reported.The crash reportedly occurred just before 11:30 p.m. near mile post 37 in Morris Township when a silver Nissan ended up on its side in the right shoulder of the expressway, according to State Police spokesperson Sgt. Adam Grossman.
David Alverson was trapped in the vehicle after it turned over, but emergency responders were able to extricate him, the article said. Though he was awake after his rescue, Alverson's head was bleeding, necessitating a trip to Morristown Medical Center, where he was treated and released.
Several minutes later, at about 11:41 p.m., state police learned of another accident on I-287 south at mile marker 38, the article said. The victim in this incident, a woman, complained of neck pain. She also was treated at Morristown Medical Center.
More information on this crash was not immediately available.