Toms River man causes three car collision after rolling past stop sign
A Toms River man who failed to hit the brakes at a stop sign ends up causing a three car collision between Garfield Avenue and Adams Avenue Wednesday morning around 7:30 am.
Police say that Noah Colino, 20 of Toms River, was driving his Nissan Altima heading eastbound on Adams Avenue when he failed to stop at the stop sign and collided with a Ford F-250 pickup truck driven by Frank Guzzi, 40 of Toms River.
Guzzi was traveling south on Garfield Avenue and as a result of his vehicle being hut by Colino it overturned and landed on top of a Volkswagon GTI driven by John Bordonaro, 37 of Toms River.
As a result of the collision, everyone came away with injuries.
Colino refused medical treatment at the scene.
Bordonaro and his 6-year old passenger, as well as Guzzi, were transported to Community Medical Center and treated for minor injuries.
Colino was cited for Failure to Stop/Yield at a Stop Sign.
The accident is being investigated by Toms River Traffic Safety Officer Robert Westfall.
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