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Fire Police Volunteer Struck in N.J.

Hit & Run Car Accident

On April 30th a 59-year-old fire police volunteer was directing traffic in Bordentown Township, south of Trenton, due to downed utility lines.

At approximately 4:20 a 21-year old driver drove through the traffic cones and struck the volunteer.  According to police the cause of the crash was likely driver inattention.

The victim, who at the time of the crash was wearing a fluorescent traffic safety vest in front of his own vehicle’s flashing lights, suffered broken bones but is said to be in stable condition.

We urge all drivers to always keep their focus on the road. If you were injured due to another driver’s inattention or negligence contact us today.

Author: 
jacobyandmeyers
Categories: 
Pedestrians Hit by Vehicles
Tags: 
fire police volunteertraffic conesdriver inattention
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