Category Archives: traffic

Hamilton crash sends one to the hospital

HAMILTON, NJ: A two car motor vehicle crash at the intersection of South Clinton Avenue and Thropp Avenue sent one to the hospital just after 2:30 Tuesday. The intersection was shut down for a short period of time.

Another accident also occurred at Exton Avenue and Maddock Avenue while cars were following the detour from the initial crash.

Man crashes into multiple cars on Hoffman Ave Saturday evening

Trenton,NJ: Facebook video emerged of a scene of a multi car accident on Hoffman Ave between Stuyvesant Ave Saturday evening around 5:00P.m. A white Ford Pickup truck crashed into multiple vehicles and tried to flee the scene. Residents in the area apprehended the driver until police could arrive on scene. Residents stated they were just glad no children were out playing.

VIDEO: via Facebook

NJ State trooper shot at, car crash, standoff, in West Trenton

DEVELOPING: Just before 2Pm Wednesday afternoon a Nj state trooper was conducting a traffic stop when the driver allegedly shot at the trooper. Trenton fire department was dispatched to Parkside Ave and West state street on a motor vehicle crash rollover.

State troopers and multiple other officers continued traveling down Parkside Ave. To Mellon street and Oakland where they had one of the suspects surrounded and placed him into custody after a standoff. The state trooper involved in the shooting was not hurt.

A New Jersey state trooper that works on the Task force unit was shot at during a car chase Wednesday afternoon Around 2 P.M. The chase began on West State street and Parkside Ave where there was a vehicle that was also involved in a motor vehicle accident. The Chase ending on Oakland Street and Mellon Street, where the suspect was inside of a apartment for a brief time before being taken into custody. No one was wounded in the shooting.

Man arrested for DWI in head on crash in Ewing

EWING: Snow squalls moved through Mercer County leaving icy roads and motor vehicle accidents. Ewing Police responded to Spruce street and Fourth street just before 8:00 Pm Wednesday night after two vehicles collided head on one driver was transported to Capital Health trauma center. Ewing Police conducted a field sobriety test on the driver of the white work van and later determined he was under the influence of  alcohol.

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