Westwood Police Officer Niko Pieratos talks with Jack "Poppi T Clown" Erbstein at the accident site in Westwood, N.J., Monday, July 28, 2014. Westwood Police responded to the scene of a Toyota sedan striking a utility pole on Berkeley Ave Monday just before noon. According to Jack "Poppi T Clown" Erbstein, of Mahwah, who witnessed the accident said that the driver was reaching for a GPS device that fell off the windshield when she veered off the road and into the pole after a show at the day camp at Berkeley Elementary School. The driver was part of Call Us Clowns, a not-for-profit caring organization that puts on clown shows at schools and hospitals. Police Chief Frank Regino says the 68-yerar-old sustained minor injuries. (AP Photo/Northjersey.com, Tariq Zahawi) ONLINE OUT; MAGS OUT; TV OUT; INTERNET OUT; NO ARCHIVING; MANDATORY CREDIT
Westwood Police Officer Niko Pieratos talks with Jack "Poppi T Clown" Erbstein at the accident site in Westwood, N.J., Monday, July 28, 2014.
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A clown suffered minor injuries on Monday after her clown car crashed into a utility pole in Westwood, New Jersey.

The victim, according to The Record, was a 68-year-old female clown whose name was not released. Another clown, who goes by the moniker ‘Poppi T Clown’ told the paper that the accident victim was reaching for her GPS unit when she ran off the road and into the pole. In other words, she may have been juggling one too many things.

The female clown was said to have been driving home from a show at an elementary school. Several of her fellow clowns (“about 10,” the Record said) arrived on the scene quickly to assist her.

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An administrative assistant for Westwood police chief Frank Regino told Boston.com that the clowns were still in makeup and full costume at the time of the accident. According to police, the clowns were driving home in separate cars and not all in one tiny car.