Man taken to hospital following hot dog stand crash in Jersey CityPosted: Updated:
A man suffered serious injuries after being struck by a driver in Jersey City.
It happened Wednesday around 6 p.m.
According to police, an SUV careened into a hot dog cart called Glenn's Hot Dog and Grill.
News 12 New Jersey has learned that a person at the hot dog stand at the time of the crash was taken to the hospital.
There is no word on their condition, but the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office said they are expected to survive their injuries.
News 12 believes the SUV was the one involved in the crash.
There is no word yet if any charges have been filed.
Police have not said how they believe the crash occurred.
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