Two Somerset residents and a Massachusetts man were transported to Jersey Shore Medical Center with serious injuries Friday night following a two-car crash on Route 530 around 7 pm in the Whiting section of Manchester Township.

Car crash on Route 530 in Whiting. (Manchester Township Police)
Car crash on Route 530 in Whiting. (Manchester Township Police)

An initial investigation by police determined 50-year old Zantesh Ingalls of Somerset who was driving a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix, was heading east on Route 530 and was trying to turn left into 'America's Keswick' when he was hit on the passenger side where his 19-year old son Jaazaniah was sitting by a 2014 Ford Mustang.

The driver of the mustang, 23-year old Garrett Mulligan of Middleborough, Massachusetts was heading eastbound upon the collision and sustained major damage to the front end of his car.

Mulligan suffered a non-life threatening but serious leg injury and was flown to Jersey Shore Medical Center for treatment, while Zantesh and Jaazaniah were transported via ambulance to receive care for non-life threatening injuries.

The current condition of the victims is unknown but the crash remains under investigation.

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