Galloway Township Police are investigating three accidents that took place on Friday, the department reported Friday night, Sept. 21.
The first accident took place on Pitney Road at 8:48 Friday morning when a Honda Accord traveling south on Pitney Road lost control of his car and struck a utility poll, according to police. Julian Waller, 19, of Atlantic City, was transported by ambulance to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Campus. No charges have been filed, but the accident is under investigation.
At 9:02 a.m., a Nissa Altima traveling east on the White Horse Pike was hit by a westbound Toyota Camry police say was attempting to turn onto Bremen Avenue.
Peter Yacoub, 30, of Egg Harbor Township, was driving the Altima. He and an unidentified passenger were transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Campus, while a third passenger was transported by helicopter to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center City Campus, according to police.
Jackie Probasco, 48, of Mays Landing, was driving the Camry was transported to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center Mainland Campus, according to police. He was issued a summons for failure to yield right of way.
Finally, at an unknown time, a Chevrolet Cavalier traveling west on the White Horse Pike ran a redlight and struck two vehicles, police said. One of the vehicles was a red Chevrolet Cobalt traveling north and the other was a Honda Accord traveling south on 6th Avenue, police said.
Suzanne Wray-Cathey was driving the Cavalier, and was issued a summons for failure to observe signal. Robert Mason, 54, of Galloway, was driving the Cobalt and Carolyn Rosenberger, 31, of Ventnor, was driving the Accord, according to police.
All involved refused medical treatment at the scene, police said.