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Two-Car Crash on Black Horse Pike Injures Pedestrian

A 62-year-old Glendora man is struck by one of two cars involved in a crash in front of Sports Outlet.

A 62-year-old Glendora resident sustained head injuries when he was struck by one of two cars involved in a collision at Black Horse Pike and Eighth Avenue, in front of Sports Outlet in the township's Glendora section, late Wednesday morning.

Walter Remye, of Station Avenue, was listed in stable condition at Cooper University Hospital, in Camden, according to a press release issued by Gloucester Township Police Department shortly before 4 p.m.

The accident occurred at about 11:43 a.m.

Police believe a white 2010 Dodge pickup truck driven by 53-year-old Carmella Staton, of Eighth Avenue, entered Black Horse Pike from Eighth Avenue and struck a red 2006 Honda operated by 65-year-old Marlton resident Valerie Dandeo, according to Lt. Brian McKendry.

The crash forced the Honda up onto the sidewalk where Remye was walking, McKendry said.

Staton and a passenger in the red Honda were taken to area hospitals for evaluation.

The crash is being investigated by the Gloucester Township Police Serious Crash Investigation Team. No charges have been filed.

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