Little son of New Jersey rabbi seriously injured in car accidentBy Mason White 4:39 AM February 6, 2013
|Car accident in New Jersey|
By: Moses Gold
(Scroll down for video) The little son of a New Jersey rabbi is in critical condition after getting hit by a car, according emergency workers responding to the incident.
Three people, including a child with a serious head injury, were injured after a car grazed a truck on a residential street in Clifton, New Jersey, and then flew onto a driveway and grazed another minivan.
The car was traveling west on South Parkway when it struck a woman carrying a child in a van parked on the street. Then, the car traveled further in the street before rolling into a driveway of a house on the same side of the street, hitting a 2-year-old as he was being put into a baby seat by a babysitter in another minivan.
The boy, Joel Feder, a son of Rabbi and Mrs. Avi Feder, was pinned between the car and the truck. After he was freed from being pinned down, the boy was taken to St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Paterson, New Jersey. The nanny was not injured, emergency workers at the scene said.
Besides the child, the driver of the car and a woman were injured when their vehicles struck the first minivan and were taken to the hospital.
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