Sun-bathed temperatures climbed near 50 degrees on what became the day of the rollover in Bergen County on Wednesday – the third of which stretched across Route 80’s express lanes in Hackensack.
The driver was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center with injuries that weren’t considered life-threatening after the pre-noon crash on the eastbound highway just past Exit 66.
New Jersey State Police, Hackensack firefighters and a state DOT crew were among the responders.
The crash followed two other area rig mishaps Wednesday.
A trash-hauling roll-off truck tipped overnight in Fort Lee, closing a key road near the George Washington Bridge for nearly five hours.
A Route 208 overpass in Fair Lawn was none the worse for wear after a container of mostly recycled computer parts smacked into it and toppled over Wednesday morning.
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