New Jersey Turnpike
Three people were killed in a single-car crash along the New Jersey Turnpike Thursday morning, State Police said.
Christmas Eve travelers are contending with rain, fog and likely flooding across New Jersey.
Tracy Morgan has won the latest round in his effort to sue Wal-Mart and others over a fatal crash in New Jersey.
Temperatures dropped through the morning, and as sleet and snow started to mix in, makign the choice to alter driving plans on the roads were looking better and better.
The accident occurred northbound on NJTP near interchange 7A.
It happened Tuesday night in the northbound lanes just north of Exit 8 in Cranbury Township.
It happened just after 9 p.m. Tuesday in the northbound lanes of the New Jersey Turnpike north of Exit 8.
Tracy Morgan is fighting to recover from a severe brain injury suffered in a highway crash more than five months ago, and it’s uncertain if he will be “the Tracy Morgan he once was,” his lawyer said Tuesday.
Several people suffered minor injuries when a New Jersey Transit bus and a military vehicle collided on the New Jersey Turnpike.
The truck driver charged in a New Jersey highway crash that injured comedian-actor Tracy Morgan and killed another man filed a request Friday to delay a federal lawsuit while his criminal case proceeds in state court.
Three new lanes of traffic northbound from exit 6 through 8A will open this weekend, along with an extra lane from 8A to 9. Next weekend, the same drill on the southbound side. Turnpike spokesman Tom Feeney says drivers will notice the difference almost immediately.
It’s never, ever a good idea to drive drunk. It’s even worse to pull into the parking lot of a police station while driving drunk.
An overturned dump truck snarled traffic on the New Jersey Turnpike in Burlington County Monday morning.
State police say a pick-up truck rear-ended a tractor-trailer, and the tractor-trailer tipped over. A utility truck then ran into the tractor-trailer.
Actor-comedian Tracy Morgan and other people in a limousine struck from behind by a Wal-Mart truck on a highway in June are at least partly to blame for their injuries because they weren’t wearing seatbelts, the company said in a court filing Monday.