Tag: accident

Navy SEAL killed in Jersey City parachute accident is identified

The Navy Seal who died after his parachute failed to open during a Fleet Week demonstration in Jersey City yesterday has been identified as 27-year-old Remington Peters. Peters was a fiercely loyal role model whose accomplishments “far outweigh his years,” Read More

NJGOP Stalwart Russell Maffei Falls Victim to Hit-and-Run Driver

Tragic news this morning, Save Jerseyans. Multiple Save Jersey sources have confirmed that Republican State Committeeman from Hudson County Russell “Russ” Maffei succumbed to his injuries earlier this morning after a Sunday night hit-and-run accident at Paterson Plank Road and 10th Street in North Bergen. According Read More

Justifiable fury directed at Linden’s DUI Cop (and the bureaucracy that tolerated him)

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog White-hot fury, livid anger, and bitter disgust are appropriate responses to the news exposing Linden police officer Pedro Abad’s latest alleged DUI disgrace, this time resulting in two fatalities and a Read More

Brick Township Ends Its Red Light Camera Program

By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Citing accident statistics reporting an increase in accidents at the three red light camera intersections in his Township, Brick Mayor John Ducey announced this afternoon that he is not renewing American Traffic Solutions’s contract. Brick’s red light camera program terminates Read More

GOP Official Dies Tragically

Keyport Councilman Clem Toglia Passes Away At 53 By Art Gallagher | MoreMonmouthMusings.com Keyport Councilman Clemente Toglia passed away yesterday.   He was 53 years old. Former Keyport Mayor Bob McLeod said Toglia had a heart attack while driving home from his office Read More

Report: Seaside Fire “Accidental”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog   Nearly 70 businesses were damaged or gutted by the blaze that ripped through the iconic Seaside Boardwalk last week, Save Jerseyans, but officials are now convinced that it was only an accident after initially Read More