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Head-on Crash Leaves Work Vans Damaged, People Hurt

Two work vans collided head-on along a South Jersey roadway before sunrise Monday leaving both drivers trapped in the badly-damaged vehicles.

Two white work vans crashed along Route 72 near Wubaditty Lane in Woodland, Burlington County around 6:10 a.m. when a westbound driver crossed over into the eastbound lane, said state police.

The crash left two drivers trapped in the vans that had no passengers at the time. A medical helicopter took both victims to Cooper University Medical Center with serious injuries, said state police.

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SkyForce10 hovered over the wreck that left debris on the roadway and pushed both vans off the roadway. The road remained closed until shortly before 8 a.m.

No word yet on an exact cause of the crash. Police didn't say where the vans were headed.

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