A Local Girl Was Severely Injured in Crash — Here is How You Can Help
Marlboro, NJ (September, 9th, 2019) – On the evening of September 9th, a serious crash was reported on Route
18 North, near Tennent Road. When officers from the Marlboro Police Department
arrived, they discovered that a 2011 Jeep had run off the road and struck the
wall of an overpass.
The victim of the crash — later
identified as 21-year-old Ceilie Reynolds of Eatontown — was immediately
airlifted to a hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey. After she was stabilized,
she was then airlifted a second time and brought to Penn Presbyterian Medical
Center in Philadelphia.
Tragically, Ceilie sustained severe injuries in the crash. Among other things, she is currently dealing with a serious cranial injury, a broken jaw, broken limbs, and a collapsed lung. You can help support Ceilie on her road to recovery. To donate, please use the Go Fund Me page set up by her friends and family: #ceiliestrong
At PhillyLaw, our Philadelphia auto accident lawyers we advocate for the rights and interests of injured victims. If you or someone you know was hurt in a motor vehicle collision, we can help. Please contact our law firm today for a free, strictly private initial consultation.
Source: 94.3 The Point
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