Thursday, January 3, 2013
Pair of cars collided at Columbia Road and Normandy Heights Road shortly after noon, according to police.
No significant injuries, but significant vehicle damage, were reported when two cars collided at the intersection of Columbia Road and Normandy Heights Road early Thursday afternoon. The accident occurred at about 12:15 p.m., said Township Police Lt. Ed Conrads. One vehicle traveling eastbound on Columbia Road was making a left turn in front of another vehicle traveling westbound, he said, noting, "there was significant damage to both vehicles and both were towed from the location." There Conrads noted there were no significant injuries, one driver had complained of pain in his wrist and was checked out by an ambulance at the scene. The turning driver received a summons for failing to yield to the other driver, Conrads said.
Monday, August 13, 2012
A box truck allegedly hit car as it was turning onto Early Street.
A Morristown woman was not injured when she said a box truck turned into the front of her car on Speedwell Avenue Monday. Linda Lopez, of Morristown, was in the right lane at the corner of Speedwell and Early Street at about 2 p.m. when a Budget Rent-a-Car box truck allegedly turned right from the left lane, striking the front of her Toyota Corolla. Traffic was briefly delayed while police investigated the scene and a tow truck came to haul away Lopez's vehicle. The box truck appeared undamaged. "It sounded like the whole thing was ripping apart, which obviously it was," said Lopez, pointing to the plastic front of her car, nearly removed from the vehicle in the accident. The man setting up the tow finished the job, pulling it off in one …