PENNSAUKEN, N.J. (WPVI) -- A Pennsauken police officer responding to one crash was involved in another one while on the way to the scene.
The first crash happened around 3:30 a.m. Saturday when a woman was traveling northbound on Route 130 near Marlton Pike.
Police say she lost control of her minivan and hit a utility pole, causing it to snap, which brought down wires.
Firefighters had to rescue the woman from her vehicle. She was taken to Cooper University Hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries.
While responding to this crash, a police officer was involved in a collision with another driver of a Lexus in the southbound lanes.
The officer was also taken to Cooper University Hospital with minor injuries.
The crashes remain under investigation.
NJ police officer injured in crash while responding to accident