Sergeant Frank Work of Lakewood Traffic & Safety Department tells TLS the driver of the vehicle which caused last night’s MVA was charged with driving with a suspended license and with trying to leave the scene of an accident. Work says a witness saw the car traveling at a high rate of speed and lost control before crashing into the vehicle traveling in the opposite direction.
Another witness saw the driver, 22, trying to flee the scene and detained him until police arrived, Work says.
A blood test was given to the driver to test for alcohol in his blood.
The approximately 60 year old woman pinned in her vehicle for close to an hour before being extricated and flown to the Hospital, remains in critical condition in Jersey Shore Medical Center.
The road remained closed for hours yesterday evening while Traffic & Safety and Sheriffs investigated. TLS-CCP.
Do we blame all citizens as the perp had a licensee at one time? Of cource not.
Maybe he will get it today online. That is what they always say when they get stopped.
I’m glad they got the menace off the road and I hope they keep him off the road for a long time.
Wishing the injured woman a complete recovery.
did the guy who “detained” him get arrested for assault/?
You Are All Forgetting Something Very Important.The Low Life Driver Never Had A License Period.Go To The Township Parking Lot Muster Zone Gazebo And You Will Find Him There
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