Tuesday, January 22, 2013
NY Jets coach 'did not deny causing the accident' after allegedly going through red light.
New York Jets head football coach Rex Ryan told authorities he was trying “to beat the light” when he apparently caused a minor three-car crash during the evening rush hour last week in Bethlehem, Pa., police said. The accident occurred at the intersection of Wyandotte and W. Third streets, just south of the Hill-to-Hill Bridge on Jan. 14 at 6:13 p.m. One eyewitness and the driver of one of the other two cars in the crash told police they saw a 2013 red Ford Mustang, which Ryan was driving, go through a red light as it traveled west along W. Third Street, police said. Though police said the investigation remains ongoing, the partially redacted accident report Bethlehem officials released Tuesday said Ryan, a Summit resident, received a …
Friday, January 11, 2013
Morristown Police reported auto accident shortly before 5 p.m. Friday.
Speedwell Avenue was reopened Friday evening after an accident closed a portion of the road between Sussex Avenue and Henry Street in Morristown shortly before 5 p.m. The scene was cleared by 5:40 p.m. According to a Nixle.com alert issued by the Morristown Police Department, traffic had been diverted while the roadway was closed.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Two people needed to be extricated from smashed Range Rover on Lafayette Avenue.
An accident near the I-287 south entrance on Lafayette Avenue near Washington Place took well over an hour to clear Monday morning. Morristown Police issued an alert via the Nixle.com alert service at about 9 a.m. advising drivers to avoid Lafayette Avenue by Washington Place for "a motor vehicle rollover with entrapment." Police, fire and EMS were called to the scene. The two damaged vehicles—a Range Rover with a teenaged male and a female adult driver, and a Mustang GT—were loaded onto flatbed tow trucks shortly before 10:30 a.m. Acting Fire Chief Robert Flanagan said the passengers in the Range Rover had to extricated from their vehicle, but appeared to be calm during the process, which took about 30 minutes. They were then transported …
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Ambulance was headed into Morristown Medical Center at time of collision Wednesday afternoon.
A two-car accident on Madison Avenue in front of Morristown Medical Center Wednesday afternoon resulted in only minor injuries. The accident, which occurred at about 2 p.m. on March 14, involved a Primary Care Ambulance that was transporting a patient to the hospital, said Morristown EMS Captain Dominick Sandelli, who was at the scene. Sandelli said the ambulance was turning left into the hospital when it was involved in an accident with a Ford pickup truck. It had not yet been determined which vehicle had been at fault, Sandelli said. The patient in the ambulance received minor injuries as a result of the accident and continued into the hospital, Sandelli said. Two passengers in the pickup truck also received minor injuries, as did one …