NJ Pen Weekly Recap: ATV Crackdown, Brewery Laws, Collingswood House Fire

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A three-car accident on Chews Landing Road ended up with a silver Hyundai in the front door of a Haddonfield home Thursday morning. Witnesses say the Hyundai allegedly was traveling from Station Avenue towards West Summit when it collided with a blue Honda coming from Barrington towards Kings Highway. The Hyundai threaded the needle between the street sign and telephone pole at the corner of West Summit, but continued on up the lawn and through the front of the house. The Honda then allegedly sideswiped a Mini Cooper on West Summit after the initial collision, its airbags deployed, and the driver suffered minor injuries. No one was transported from the scene by EMS, and no one was home at the time. No official word was available from police.

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