Authorities in Camden are investigating a one-car accident that left two people injured.
Police say that the accident happened Sunday afternoon around. The driver was said to be traveling at a high rate of speed on Interstate 676 southbound when he lost control. The car, a Ford Explorer SUV, overturned multiple times, struck a concrete barrier, and then fell off the highway about 30 feet to a wooded area near Chelton Avenue.
Both the driver and passenger, both in their thirties, suffered multiple injuries, but are said to be non-life threatening. They were both taken to Cooper Hospital.
Charges are pending further investigation.
A blustery and chilly start to Memorial Day weekend! It stays windy tonight but clouds slowly clear out as low pressure towards our north departs.
We will see much more sunshine Sunday with a little less wind and warmer high temperatures around 70 degrees.
Back to normal by Memorial Day with high temps in the mid 70s -- it will be a beautiful holiday!