HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP: Mini-van collides with passenger van carrying special needs adults

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HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP — A mini-van driven by a 17-year-old boy collided with a passenger van carrying five special needs adults on Monday afternoon, police reported.
Police said that the five special needs passengers and the driver of the Ford passenger van were taken to an area hospital and all were expected to be treated and released. The passenger van was driven by Mia Doney, 27, of Trenton.
The driver of the Dodge Caravan, from Hopewell Township, was also taken to an area hospital and police expected he would be treated for minor lacerations and released.
Police said a summons will be issued to the boy for disregarding a stop sign as he traveled south on Dublin Road. The passenger van was headed west on county Route 546 at the time of the crash, police said.
County Route 546 was closed for approximately one hour. Traffic was detoured around the crash scene, police said. Officer James Rosso is investigating the crash.
Police were dispatched to the scene at 3:02 p.m. Hopewell Valley Emergency Services and the Pennington First Aid Squad transported the special needs passengers and their driver to the hospital, police said.
Ewing Township Emergency Services transported the mini-van driver.
Also on the scene were members of the Pennington Fire Company and the West Trenton Fire Company. 