• September 13, 2018

Man Injured in Garfield, NJ, 18-wheeler Accident on Main Street

Garfield, NJ -- September 5, 2018, a man sustained injuries following an accident where his vehicle and a tractor-trailer collided along Main Street.

According to initial reports given by the Bergen County Police, the accident happened at around 12:45 p.m. off the intersection of Main Street and Avenue F.

In their reports, police stated that an 81-year-old in a 2007 Mercedes was traveling along Main Street. In a series of events not entirely clear, his vehicle crashed into the rear-end of the tractor-trailer.

The crash was severe enough that the 81-year-old man sustained serious injuries. EMS transported him to a nearby hospital for treatment. The truck driver wasn't injured.

Police have released no additional details at this time.

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