A pickup truck wound up on its side and missing a wheel, but no serious injuries occurred in a two-vehicle accident on Maple Avenue at Irving Place at about 2:45 p.m. Friday, said Red Bank police Chief Darren McConnell. Details were not immediately available. (Photo by John T. Ward. Click to enlarge.)
The stolen vehicle, obscured by darkness at left, traveled up the driveway and struck the side of a house on Drs. Parker Boulevard. The impact tore out the electrical service and caused structural damage to the house, as seen below. (Photo below by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge.)[Update, 9:30 p.m. Monday: According to Sickles, the damaged house was a two-family. One family is staying with friends or relatives, and the other has gotten housing assistance through the Red Cross.]
By JOHN T. WARD
Eight people were said to have been displaced Monday after a stolen vehicle, fleeing police, crashed into their Red Bank home early Monday morning.
As previously reported by redbankgreen, the unidentified driver fled the scene on foot after racing a stolen sedan south on Bridge Avenue and smashing into the house at 133-135 Drs. Parker Boulevard at about 1:10 a.m. Middletown and Red Bank police had attempted to intercept the car, but couldn’t catch it, authorities said.
By JOHN T. WARD
A Red Bank pedestrian was taken to the hospital with non-serious injuries after a hit-and-run accident Monday night, said police Chief Darren McConnell.
And a short while later, a motorist walked away from a rollover accident, apparently without injury, he said.
According to police Chief Darren McConnell, Stephanie Todd, 29, of Interlaken was taken to Jersey Shore Medical Center in Neptune in stable condition after her vehicle struck two parked cars and flipped. The accident is under investigation and no charges have yet been filed, he said. (Reader photo. Click to enlarge)
For the second time in three days, a vehicle overturned in an accident in Red Bank Tuesday.
Here’s a description of what happened in the most recent accident, courtesy of police Captain Darren McConnell:
On Tuesday, June 15 at approximately 5:24 pm a vehicle driven by Lois Prince, 65 years old, of Medford, NJ collided with a vehicle being driven by Jeanne Schaffer, 50 years old, of Howell.