Top 10 April Stories: Fatal Crashes, Tuberculosis Case and Two Fires
April's 10 most-read stories.
A 71-year-old woman died hours after being airlifted from a collision with a UPS box truck on Route 33 near the Turnpike overpass Thursday afternoon, according to East Windsor police.
A couple from New Brunswick, Canada, was injured when their motor home flipped after being struck on Route 1 in West Windsor on Monday afternoon.
The outer lane of the Turnpike northbound remained closed as of about 5:30 p.m. after an earlier crash that killed one person, police said.
A portion of an East Windsor office building was destroyed after a mulch fire spread late Saturday afternoon, according to a fire official.
One person at Melvin H. Kreps Middle School is confirmed to have Tuberculosis and 22 others were identified as needing testing, according to school officials.
A Cedarville Road barn went up in flames and was completely destroyed after a heat lamp warming a baby goat inside caught fire, according to fire officials.
Members of Hightstown’s Hispanic community protested the taxi ordinance at Monday’s council meeting, which was approved for introduction.
Police say a 53-year-old Colts Neck man was intoxicated when he slammed into another car while driving the wrong way on Route 33 near Twin Rivers Saturday night.
A 22-year-old was hit by a car while crossing Route 33 near the Hess gas station Wednesday night, police said.
A Hightstown drug raid turned up a large quantity of marijuana, money and materials for distribution and manufacturing on Thursday, according to police.