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Glen Rock 18-Year-Old Airlifted In Hunterdon County Crash
Three people were injured in a two-car crash on County Road 513 in Hunterdon County on the evening of Saturday, Feb. 24, state police said.
At 8:54 p.m., a Nissan traveling on Whitehead Road attempted to make a left onto County Road 513 and crashed into a Jeep SUV traveling southbound, Troy McNair, a spokesman for New Jersey State Police said. The collision caused the Jeep SUV to collide with a fence, McNair said.
The driver of the Nissan, an 18-year-old Glen Rock resident, sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to an area hospital, McNair said. The driver of the Jeep, a 49-year-old F…
Hello, Hoda! Today Show Anchor Hosting Book Signing In New Jersey
Hoda Kotb, the co-anchor on "The Today Show" is ready to bring some hope to Bergen County.
Kotb is signing copies of her new children's book, "Hope is a Rainbow" on Monday, March 4 at 6 p.m. at Bookends in Ridgewood. The book, meant for kids ages 4 to 8, is about teaching kids to reach for their dreams, whether they are as big as the sky or small as a bowl of a purple ice cream, according to a synopsis.
This is Kotb's third children book. She previously wrote "I've Loved You Since Forever," and "You Are My Happy."
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Passenger Killed, Driver Seriously Injured In Route 80 Crash
A 38-year-old passenger was killed and the driver seriously injured in an overnight crash on Route 80, authorities confirmed.
Richard Bahamonte of Hillside was pronounced dead at the scene of the eastbound crash near the Teaneck/Ridgefield Park border west of Exit 68 just after 3 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 24, NJ State Police said.
The driver, Julio Brito, 40, of Hasbrouck Heights, lost control of the Honda, which careened off the road, slammed into a concrete barrier and ended up on its roof, they said.
State Police and medics from Holy Name Medical Center tried to resuscitate both occupants.
Burglars Hit Same Saddle Brook Residence Twice While Homeowner Is There, Police Say
A Saddle Brook resident was home when burglars entered not once but twice, apparently trying to find a vehicle key fob, authorities said.
It was shortly before 5 a.m. Friday, Feb. 23, when a dark-colored sedan dropped off two burglars in front of the victim's home at the south end of town, said Capt. John A. Zotollo, Jr., the officer in charge of the department.
The pair removed a rear screen, climbed in and fled with several purses and a jacket, the captain said.
All were later found discarded nearby after the thieves had apparently rummaged through them, he said.
The duo doubled back an…