Cops in Monroe Township, Gloucester County, say two people were seriously injured in an ATV crash last weekend.

Officials say on Saturday evening, cops were dispatched to Wagner Field, also known as Olympic Field, off of the Black Horse Pike in Williamstown for the report of a crash involving an all-terrain vehicle.

According to an investigation at the scene, "The ATV was being operated in Wagner Field with two riders. The ATV made a hard left, at which point the operator and passenger were both ejected to the right."

The two riders, on a 2021 Polaris Sportsman, were only identified as 36 and 38-year-old men from Williamstown.

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Police say neither rider was wearing a helmet and neither could recall how the crash happened.

Both men were taken to Cooper Hospital in Camden for treatment of serious injuries. An update on their condition was not available Tuesday morning.

The collision is being investigated by Ofc. Michael Fitzgibbon of the Monroe Township Police Department. Any witnesses to the accident are asked to contact police at (856) 728-9800 x587.

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