ROBBINSVILLE, Pa. (WPVI) --Crews were on the scene of two serious accidents in Robbinsville, New Jersey.
The first crash occurred just before 6 a.m. in the area of West Manor Way and Applegate Drive.
Authorities say the driver of a Hino box truck crashed into a Ford van which had six people inside.
The impact sent the van into a Honda and an Acura.
Two passengers were transported to Capital Health Regional Medical Center and three were taken to Robert Wood Johnson in Hamilton.
West Manor was closed for approximately one hour.
About a half hour later, police were called to West Manor Way and Route 526 for a crash involving two vehicles.
Arriving officers found two people were trapped in a Nissan Pathfinder that rolled over.
The other vehicle, a Mazda CX5, was off to the side of the road.
Emergency crews worked to free the trapped people from the vehicle.
Police say both vehicles were traveling east on Route 526, when the Pathfinder moved into the left lane then turned right, cutting off the Mazda. The collision caused the Pathfinder to roll over.
The passengers of the Pathfinder were transported to Capital Health Regional Medical Center.
The driver of the Mazda refused medical transport.
Police all injuries in both crashes appear to be non-life-threatening.