March 2013 Archives

New Jersey man injured in auto-pedestrian accident

A 25-year-old man hit a 49-year-old man who was crossing the street in Washington Township on March 8th. The man who was hit reportedly sustained leg and hip injuries as a result of the auto accident. According to police, the driver from Lopatcong was traveling in a Toyota Matrix at approximately 3:35 p.m. on Route 46 west and approaching the Target Driver intersection when he saw the pedestrian enter the roadway from a shoulder on the westbound lane. The driver was not able to stop before he hit the man. The injured pedestrian was taken to a medical center in Hackettstown. Police say that a crosswalk was available in the area but that the man did not use it.

Suspect in Haddon hit-and-run has history of license suspensions

A hit-and-run accident that killed a woman in Camden County was caused by a driver who legally was not permitted to be behind the wheel of a car, according to authorities. On March 6, authorities released information uncovered after a New Jersey Department of Motor Vehicles inquiry that was completed on the suspected driver during the auto accident investigation.The accident occurred on the night of March 3 in Haddon Township on Black Horse Pike when the victim, a 67-year-old woman, was struck and killed. The male driver who struck her fled the scene, but he was later arrested and charged with leaving the scene of a fatal accident.

New Jersey school bus crash takes the life of 11-year old girl

A school bus and dump truck accident in New Jersey took the life of an 11-year old triplet girl. Several other children, including two of the girl's sisters, were also injured in the crash.

Man charged with DUI, eluding police

Drunk drivers pose a serious threat to others on the roadway. Sometimes life-threatening injuries result when negligence on the part of the drunk driver causes a car crash. Those involved often have injuries that they will have to deal with for the rest of their lives. Sometimes, however, a drunk driver causes only property damage. The at-fault driver can still be held accountable in such situations.