Garden State Parkway
A 13-car pileup snagged the northbound Garden State Parkway in Union, N.J. Tuesday afternoon.
Gail Webster, a 21-year-old Passaic resident who was sitting in the back seat, was taken to a hospital but died there a short time later.
Authorities say icy conditions caused a driver to spin out Saturday afternoon on the highway in Lacey Township. Four men in a van, including Espinoza, stopped to help the driver push her car to a safer location.
A New Jersey State Police sergeant who led an unauthorized escort of a high-speed sports car caravan to Atlantic City in 2012 pleaded guilty to altering the numbers on the license plates of his police car during the incident, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced Monday.
The four-foot-wide sinkhole disabled 18 vehicles after it opened up Thursday morning in the right lane at the approach of the Driscoll Bridge near mile marker 128.
The Garden State Parkway will soon be completely free of traffic lights.
Wind gusts up to 89 mph were reported in Surf City on Long Beach Island, after Sandy made landfall.
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Shamsidden Abdur-Raheem had his head down and showed no visible reaction as the verdict was read in state superior court in New Brunswick on Friday.
Shamsidden Abdur-Raheem is charged with murder, attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated assault and child endangerment.
State officials say 28-year-old Joseph Ventrella of Bloomingdale met with authorities Tuesday morning and was released a short time later.
Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry met with authorities Monday morning and was released a short time later, according to his attorney.
Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry and Trooper Joseph Ventrella are charged with tampering with public records. They’re accused of using tape to change their license plates before escorting the cars at high speeds down the Garden State Parkway in March.
Attorney Charles Sciarra said he believes State Police Sgt. Nadir Nassry faces charges related to the alleged taping of license plates on the sports cars during the March 30 caravan.
Turnpike Authority spokesman Tom Feeney said there were no injuries reported but fire damaged the booths in two lanes and the canopy of a third.