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SOUTH BRUNSWICK – Three people escaped injury early Wednesday morning when a dump truck crashed into the front of a home. 

At 4:20 a.m. dispatch received a call that a vehicle crashed into the front of the house at 3 Shelley Road, police said in a community notification.

Upon arrival, officers discovered a fully loaded dump truck in the structure. The driver was trapped for 40 minutes and had to be extricated by Kendall Park Fire Department with assistance from George’s Towing. Kendall Park EMS transported the driver to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital with serious injuries. 

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Three folks contained in the residence on the time of the crash have been injured. 

The home has been deemed uninhabitable.

Previous to the crash, the truck was headed eastbound on New Street, police mentioned on Twitter. 

South Brunswick Police Division’s Visitors Bureau is investigating the crash. 

Susan Loyer covers Middlesex County and extra for the USA TODAY NETWORK New Jersey. Contact her at 732-565-7243 or

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