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Mays Landing man injured in one-car Galloway crash

Mays Landing man injured in one-car Galloway crash

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A 30-year-old Mays Landing man was injured in a one-car crash just after 2 p.m. on Tuesday in Galloway.

Adam Brenner, 30, was headed north on Cologne Avenue, just north of Deurer Street when his Ford Ranger crossed the center line and struck a tree on the other side of the road, Galloway Police said in a news release. Brenner's vehicle overturned on the driver's side. Brenner was extricated from the vehicle by Pomona Fire Department and transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Division, via helicopter for his injuries.

The roadway near the crash was closed for two hours. Galloway Township Ambulance Squad, AtlantiCare Paramedics, Galloway Police and Germania and Pomona fire departments responded.

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