MONROE TWP. — Two people were injured when the car they were traveling in crashed into a utility pole on Route 322 Saturday morning, Nov. 8.

The 2001 Buick Century, driven by Anna Wood, 74, of Williamstown, was traveling east on Route 322 at 11:13 a.m., just west of Fries Mill Road, when it drifted to the right and left the paved highway, police said.

The Buick continued on about 65 feet before hitting a Verizon utility pole. Impact caused the car to rotate clockwise, police said. It went another 118 feet before coming to rest on its wheels in an embankment, trapping Wood and her husband, William Wood, 80, in the car, said police.

The Woods were freed by members of the Williamstown Fire Department.

A witness traveling west when the crash occurred said the Buick just drifted off the highway. There was no evidence of any evasive maneuver or braking, the were no other vehicles nearby and there were no obstructions in the road, said police.

The couple was transported to Cooper University Hospital in Camden, each suffering multiple injuries, police said.

No charges have been filed.

Police and firefighters were assisted by Clayton and Glassboro police, Monroe EMS and Inspira Health System paramedics, said police.

Sgt. Mark Burton of the Monroe Township police department Traffic Safety Bureau is investigating the crash. If you witnessed the crash, you’re urged to call 856-728-9800, ext. 546.