A New Jersey Department of Transportation worker removing a deer carcass from Route 208 early Saturday morning was sent flying into the highway after an SUV rear-ended his nearby pick-up truck -- which got pushed into him on impact and struck him, authorities said.
*** UPDATE : New daschcam footage shows the Route 208 incident ***
At approximately 12:45 a.m., a Toyota Rav4 hit the back of a state-owned vehicle occupied by another state employee near Harristown Road, police said.
The truck spun out on impact, sending the roadside worker into the highway's left lane, authorities said.
Both workers refused medical attention, police said.
Fair Lawn, Ridgewood and Glen Rock police responded. Fair Lawn Rescue responded for a fluid spill.
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