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Women Sits in Acid on NJ Transit Ridgewood Local Bus

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, according to Lodi Police a New Jersey Transit passenger suffered a leg injury when she inadvertently sat in sulfuric acid after boarding a bus in Lodi on Sunday afternoon. The No. 164  bus departs the Ridgewood bus station daily.

The 69-year-old New York woman got on the No. 164 bus around 2:20 p.m. at the intersection of Essex Street and Maywood Avenue, sat down and immediately felt a burning sensation on her leg.
Police and the Bergen County Hazmat team were dispatched to the site, clearing the passengers off the bus. The woman was treated and released from an area hospital.

Another bus was sent to pick up the passengers, and no one else was hurt. NJ Transit described the substance as a liquid. Authorities are investigating to determine exactly what the woman sat on and how it got there.

The No. 164 bus travels between Midland Park, Ridgewood on a local route to the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York.

2 thoughts on “Women Sits in Acid on NJ Transit Ridgewood Local Bus

  1. That’s why there should be cameras on all New Jersey transit buses.

  2. Get yer foot outta the fire boy. Which foot?

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