Learning to drive can be one of the most liberating and exciting times of a young person's life. However, it also means inexperienced and sometimes overconfident drivers are entering New Jersey roads. As a result, car accidents can frequently occur.
Volunteer firefighters across New Jersey are mourning the loss of two of their own after a fatal motorcycle accident claimed the lives of a man and woman who belonged to Station One. While the cause of the accident has not yet been confirmed, this case serves as an unfortunate reminder of the severe consequences of motorcycle accidents and the impact of those accidents on riders as well as their loved ones.
High chairs are charged with holding our most precious cargo but their safety can sometimes be overlooked. New Jersey parents may have recently heard about an upsetting recall of Graco high chairs that could collapse and injure a child.
A report issued last month by the State Police Fatal Accident Investigation Unit indicated a decline in fatal accidents in New Jersey this year. The decline is good news for New Jersey, whose numbers are in contrast to a recent nationwide rise in car accidents.
New Jersey's crowded roads are dangerous for pedestrians. Last week, a bus accident occurred in Passaic in which a 49-year-old man died after being hit by a New Jersey Transit bus.