Alleged Drunk Driver Hits Winslow (NJ) Fire Truck

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According to a report on NJ.com, an alleged drunk driver attempting to flee a single-vehicle crash on the Atlantic City Expressway struck a Winslow (NJ) fire truck that came to assist.

However, State Troopers put the kibosh on 27-year-old Sean Bradford’s getaway plan as they arrived before the Williamstown man could drive off. Bradford and his passenger—27-year-old Asif Hussain, also of Williamstown, who was in possession of a gun—were taken into custody, the report noted.

The incident happened after Bradford crashed his BMW 435 on the eastbound Expressway near milepost 39.6 in Winslow around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to the report.

Bradford was charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and several motor vehicle offenses after ramming the Winslow (NJ) Fire Department truck. Hussain was charged with unlawful possession of a handgun, possession of hollow point ammunition and unlawful transport of a handgun.

Both were issued summonses and released, the report said, while no firefighters were injured.

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