PRINCETON: Trapped woman has to be cut out of car after accident

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Roxanne Waldner had to be cut out of her car by the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad.

By Lea Kahn, Staff Writer
A 46-year-old Princeton woman was trapped and had to be cut out of her car after it was struck on the driver’s side by another car at the intersection of Elm Road and Cleveland Lane Friday morning, according to the Princeton Police Department.
Roxanne Waldner, 46, of Princeton, was traveling east through the intersection in her 2002 Hyundai Elantra when it was struck by a 2006 Cadillac STS sedan driven by Marilyn Stebbins, 80, of Princeton Junction, police said.
The 10:56 a.m. accident occurred when Ms. Stebbins’ car, which was traveling west, attempted to make a left turn from Cleveland Lane onto Elm Road, striking Ms. Waldner’s car with its left front bumper, police said. Ms. Waldner’s car suffered extensive damage to the driver’s door.
Ms. Waldner had to be cut out of her car by the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad. The Princeton Fire Department also responded.
Ms. Waldner was taken to the University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro after she complained of upper body pain, police said. Ms. Stebbins was not injured.
Ms. Stebbins was issued a summons for failure to yield the right of way at an intersection. 