GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — A driver has been cited in a crash Saturday that sent four people to the hospital

A vehicle driven by Christopher Gruber, 25, of Galloway Township, was traveling west on Aloe Street. As he approached Bremen Avenue, a vehicle driven by Veronica Tyson, 27, of Atlantic City, traveled south through the stop sign at Bremen Avenue, colliding with Gruber’s vehicle, police said.

Officers had gone to the intersection just before 4 p.m. after receiving reports that children were ejected from a vehicle.

Tyson, a 5-year-old, a 2-year-old and a 1-year-old were flown to Cooper University Hospital in Camden due to serious injuries, according to police.

A vehicle summons was issued to Tyson for failing to yield to oncoming traffic in the intersection, according to Lt. Christopher McGinty.

It was unclear whether the drivers and passengers were wearing seatbelts.

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