SUV Crashes Into New Brunswick White Castle, Injuring Three Onboard

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–A 1999 Range Rover traveling south on Route 27 smashed into the front of the New Brunswick White Castle around 10:30 this morning.

Carteret resident Fatama Kamara was behind the wheel of the Range Rover when it hit a 2005 Toyota Camry, operated by Tyshon Edwards of Monmouth Junction.  The Range Rover richocheted off the Camry and into the northbound lanes of Somerset Street, and continued into the front of the White Castle.

While Kamara and her two passengers, both young boys, were hurt, nobody in the restaurant itself was injured.

Kamara and her passengers were taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital, and Kamara was also issued a careless-driving summons, according to a press release from the Franklin Township Police Department.

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