Cars Collide, Pedestrian Hit Outside NJ Store

It's unclear what caused the crash outside Black Horse Pike sporting goods store

By Dan Stamm
|  Wednesday, Jan 2, 2013  |  Updated 3:44 PM EDT
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Cars Collide, Pedestrian Hit Outside NJ Store

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This red sedan was one of the vehicles involved.

A pedestrian was hit when two cars collided outside a South Jersey sporting goods store Wednesday morning.

The crash occurred around 11:30 a.m. outside the Sports Outlet on Black Horse Pike at Austin Avenue in Glendora, Camden County, N.J.

Details remain few but an employee of the store told NBC10 that a bad crash happened in front of the store.

Chopper 10 arrived on the scene to find a white pickup truck still in the roadway. A red Honda sedan, with a badly damaged windshield, could be seen in the parking area in front of the store.

Investigators said that the Honda had run up into the parking lot after colliding with the pickup and hit the pedestrian.

There were reports of multiple hospitalizations. The pedestrian suffered facial injuries while both the driver of the pickup and passenger of the Honda were injured as well.

It's unclear what caused the crash.

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