New Jersey delivery driver's vehicle in bizarre crash, car ends up vertical on pole

A New Jersey delivery driver’s vehicle was left leaning vertically against a telephone pole Saturday evening after he drove off the side of the road and up a wire attached to the pole, officials said.

The bizarre incident happened in Brick Township. A local fire and rescue team were dispatched to the scene where they secured the vehicle with stabilization struts, the Laurelton Fire Company No. 1 said in a Facebook post. The fire company posted multiple pictures of the incident on their Facebook page.

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The driver, who wasn't identified, fell from the vehicle's side door, officials said. The driver wasn't seriously injured, police told NJ.com. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.

The fire department used a tow truck to safely lower the vehicle without incident, officials said.

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The Brick Police Department is investigating the incident.