PHOTO: Driver Gets Stuck in Forest after Attempting to Take Shortcut; Rescued by Emergency Personnel

st 1PHOTO: A driver who reportedly attempted to save time by cutting through a forest, needed to be saved by emergency services.

Police say the driver reportedly tried cutting through a narrow path near Cedarbridge Avenue when he got stuck about a mile off the main road.

The driver called a friend to see if he could help him get out, but his vehicle got stuck as well.

st2Chaveirim, Police, a tow truck and DPW attempted to get the vehicles out, but were unable to, and after approximately an hour decided to leave them in the woods. The drivers were given a ride home.


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  1. No charges for trespassing? Thought all that was private property.. isn’t that why the homeless can’t live there? Bet if it was anyone else, they would have been cited

  2. #1, AnonieMiss,

    Who said it was private property, who said he/she wasn’t cited, who do you mean to single out by “if it was anyone else” …? A lot of profiling on your part…

  3. To number 1. Anyone else? Your bias is showing.shame shame.
    Solution.let the homeless sleep in your backyard, and you drive into the forest, get stuck and see if your cited.

  4. Just look at the trail, soft soil, trees encroaching and tires fully inflated. Driver was clueless on how to drive off road. I don’t think this was about taking a “shortcut”.

  5. #8 curious as to why no one has made a comment about it being an NJ license plate, usually folks here jump all over an accident claiming it has to be a PA plate. yet no one has said a word about this NJ driver. Bias works both ways, i’m sorry you feel #1’s opinion is slighted, but he has as much a right to his opinion as do you, I and everyone else.

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