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Car Accidents Plague New Jersey Roads during Holidays

When it comes to motor vehicle accidents on New Jersey roads, this holiday season has already proven deadly. The weekend before Thanksgiving saw four people killed and another critically injured in a series of accidents taking place within 24 hours of one another. One woman, a 69-year-old living in Brooklyn, died crossing a road when she was hit by a 2008 Ford Explorer. Another woman, 80-years-old, was hit while walking across New Hampshire Avenue in Toms River. A 46-year-old East Brunswick man died after the vehicle he was riding in as a passenger left Route 18 in Colts Neck and struck a tree by the Normandy Road Bridge. The driver of the vehicle survived with only minor injuries. In another wreck in Middlesex County township, a person died in a car accident near James Avenue. That investigation is still ongoing. In Paterson, another driver was ejected from a vehicle and…
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Which NJ Restaurant is Accused of Injuring a Guest?

According to the New Jersey Herald, a retired police officer is suing an Atlantic City restaurant, alleging that he was injured after ingesting a corrosive cleaner in a drink. The victim, 53, alleges that he was celebrating a business venture at the McCormick and Schmick’s in Harrah’s Resort in Atlantic City in 2012, when he took a sip of beer and felt searing burning in his mouth. After the incident, he was allegedly hospitalized for a week and suffered burns to nearly 25 percent of his stomach lining. He said a doctor told him he ingested a “lye-like substance used to decontaminate beer.” “The pain was unimaginable,” the victim said, according to the Herald. “It forced me to run to the bathroom and I immediately began to projectile vomit blood.” One of the doctors who treated the man said that he had never seen a patient survive such horrific injuries. The…
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