Many in New Jersey still don’t have power nearly a week after Sandy struck, but that doesn’t mean their next door neighbors are in the dark.
The charred and twisted metal of a tractor-trailer that slammed into an office building on Route 17 was removed on Saturday night. The crash caused a huge explosion of fire.
The diesel gas tank of the 18-wheeler erupted when the truck veered off the road heading south on Route 17, jumped a guardrail and slammed into an empty office building.
The bus was on Route 17 in Monroe when it ran off the road and crashed into trees Monday.
Many New Jersey residents often find themselves wondering why construction projects take so long in the Garden State.
Drivers didn’t need a state report to tell them this!
Potholes, tall grass, and garbage on the roads. Those are the top complaints for motorists.
Authorities said a suspect threatened tellers with a handgun at a Capital One Bank in Paramus Wednesday morning before getting away with an undisclosed amount of cash.
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