Toms River NJ Fire Apparatus Involved in Accident

A Toms River (NJ) fire truck was involved in an four-vehicle accident Friday while responding to a call.

No one was injured in the accident but the fire truck received minor damage in the accident. The right side of its front fender took the brunt of the damage.

A fire truck operated by Bradford Kadubic was traveling northbound with its lights and sirens activated when it struck a similarly northbound traveling vehicle operated by 86-year-old Toms River resident Holley Simmons near an intersection.

Simmons, driving a 2003 Toyota, then made contact with two other vehicles also traveling northbound.

For more information, view tomsriver.patch.com


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