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Ridgewood Police Vehicle Responding to a Medical Emergency Collides with a Car of Ackerman Avenue

photos courtesy of Boyd Loving’s Facebook page

the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, a marked Ridgewood Police patrol vehicle responding to a medical emergency collided with a privately owned Toyota Camry in the 100 block of Ackerman Avenue, Ridgewood late Monday morning, 04/06. Neither the uniformed Ridgewood Police patrol officer nor the Toyota Camry’s driver were injured. As per standard practice, the accident was investigated by a Ridgewood Police patrol division supervisor. Police at the scene did not indicate whether any summonses were issued in connection with the crash, nor did they say if the patrol vehicle had its warning lights and siren activated at the time. Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

7 thoughts on “Ridgewood Police Vehicle Responding to a Medical Emergency Collides with a Car of Ackerman Avenue

  1. The roads are empty except for emergency vehicles…drive carefully.

  2. Ackerman is a dangerous road ESP when accessing Ackerman by a sharp blind left into oncoming traffic
    (and blind right side cars from the Doremus side road towards Glen Rock ) needs a new fast turning traffic light here that is coordinated with maple avenue light aside the car wash corner
    ( under the train underpass ) Dark winter nights are more hazardous there.

  3. It’s a Bergen county Road.I’m selling my house I live on that road, we had enough.

  4. You know what shit happens, as long as no one got hurt.

  5. Well maybe the driver could not see because of the tinted windows on the cop car!!!!!!!!

  6. Something doesn’t add up here. “Responding to a medical emergency” but it sounds as though the patrol vehicle’s warning lights and sirens weren’t activated at the time. Bizarre! Perhaps it was Guido Pete again busy sexting with an underage girl while he was driving? Blue wall of silence no doubt. Hope the private resident presses charges.

  7. You’ll be surprise people just don’t pay attention. They’re on their phone, they’re blasting the radio, looking up at the birds instead of the road.

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