Grand jurors have indicted a man on charges stemming from a drunken driving accident that seriously injured a Bergen County police officer.
Traffic was shut down on the roadway while crews worked to stabilize, then lift the truck back up.
Officer Daniel Breslin, 39, is on life support and in a medically-induced coma after suffering severe head injuries.
Authorities said 36-year-old Michael Ettz of Lodi faces numerous charges and was released after posting $150,000 bail Saturday.
A police officer was in critical condition following a multi-vehicle crash in Lodi, on Saturday morning.
Numerous charges have been filed against a pickup truck driver who was shot by police after he allegedly rammed a police car and tried to flee during a traffic stop in northern New Jersey.
A Fairfield, N.J. police officer shot the driver of a pickup truck that was allegedly trying to run him down.
A major roadway was shut down in Ridgefield Park, N.J. Sunday afternoon, police found what they thought may have been a hand grenade inside a car.
Michael Pascrell was on the right side of the on-ramp that leads from Route 80 to Route 46 eastbound in Wayne when the accident occurred around 10:15 p.m. Friday. The 21-year-old Wayne resident was taken to a hospital, where he died early Saturday.
Imagine if you could test out your car at full throttle, just to see what she can do, and do it legally. Well there was a place like that in New Jersey for 50 years.
Making your commute smoother down the road requires pain now.
A major construction project over the Harlem River will have an impact well into New Jersey and towns there are getting ready, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported.
Once the next school year begins, students in the Bergen County town will have to trek up as much as two miles on foot, and in some cases cross major highways Route 4 and Route 46 just to get to school.
A witness saw the accident, but could provide little detail on the car, which quickly fled the scene.
Three teens were killed in two incidents along NJ TRANSIT tracks recently, which has officials wondering how to do a better job of keeping people off the tracks.