Ruby Chiang, Age 43, West Windsor, NJ
WEST WINDSOR, NJ - A 43-year-old West Windsor woman remained hospitalized in critical condition Monday following a two-car crash on Hightstown Road over the weekend, police said.
Ruby Chiang was pinned during the crash at the intersection with Slayback Drive around 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Chiang was extricated and taken to Capital Health Regional Medical Center in Trenton where she was listed in critical condition Monday, Sgt. Mary Louise Tarr said.
Chiang’s husband, Robert, 42, and their two 10-year-old children were driving in a 2014 Acura east on Princeton-Hightstown Road and turned left into the entrance of Community Park when they were struck by a 2004 Toyota truck driven by Michael Martinez, 18, also of West Windsor, Tarr said.
All five were taken to Capital Health Regional. The conditions of the other four were not immediately available Monday, Tarr said.
Lord, we lift up all families suffering this day from injuries due to accidents, violence, war and critical diseases. Please Lord in your Mercy visit them in their time of need, especially the Chiang Family. We ask this through the intercession of the Holy Family Jesus, Mary and Joseph.
Holy Family of Nazareth pray for all families in need of healing and bless them with your Divine Intercession. We ask this in thanksgiving for all answered prayers and blessings we have received. Glory to the Father, to the Son and to the Holy Spirit. Amen
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