A truck driver suffered a broken neck after a wreck that sent him plowing into a line of stopped cars in New Jersey on Wednesday. 

The accident happened on November 9th just after 10 a.m. in Middlesex County, New Jersey.

According to NJ News, The driver was hauling plywood along Route 1 south in South Brunswick when a four wheeler cut him off. The driver swerved in response, causing the load to shift and the truck to overturn. The rig then crashed into four vehicles stopped at a red light on Promenade Boulevard. 

The 53-year-old trucker from New York was transported to a hospital where he was found to have a broken neck. He remained in serious condition on Thursday. No other injuries were reported. 

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