Toms River home deemed ‘unsafe’ after Jackson man crashed there
TOMS RIVER — A Jackson man who was driving without a license is seriously injured after crashing into a house late Friday night, according to township police.
Toms River Police responded to an accident around 11.30pm on Cox Cro Road near the intersection of Old Freehold Road.
Jose Lopez-Serrano, 23, had driven a car through several yards and fences and eventually through the exterior wall of a house near an attached garage, as seen in photos from the service’s Facebook page. arson of Pleasant Plains.
First responders removed Lopez-Serrano from the vehicle and he was airlifted to Jersey Shore Medical Center due to the extent of his injuries.
His condition was not known Sunday afternoon.
The home was inspected by the Toms River Building Department and found to be structurally unsafe, police said.
Lopez-Serrano was fined for failure to maintain the lane, reckless driving, driving without a license, driving with a suspended license and failure to present an insurance card.
Additional charges were pending on Sunday, police said, as the crash was still under investigation.
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