NORTH BERGEN – Each drivers concerned in a crash on Kennedy Boulevard final month have been issued motorcar violations for the wreck, which left an off-obligation cop with critical accidents.
Enoch Ewoo, 38, was driving a Nissan Nitro south close to forty seventh Road on Oct. 31 when he tried to make a left flip. His SUV collided with a motorbike being pushed by off-obligation police officer Benjamin Ortega, of West New York, authorities stated.
Ortega, a 17-yr veteran of the North Bergen Police Division, was touring at an “unsafe velocity,” a Hudson County Sheriff investigation decided.
Ewoo was issued a summons for failing to yield for a driver who had the proper of means and Ortega was issued a rushing ticket. A spokesman for the sheriff’s workplace stated each summonses have been issued Monday.
Whereas a earlier crash report indicated that particulars of the Title 39 summonses could possibly be present in a separate doc, officers stated that line was added to make clear that if any tickets have been to be issued, particulars can be discovered within the crash reconstruction report.
Responding officers on the scene reported Ortega had been rushing based mostly on the influence that his 2014 Harley Davidson had with Ewoo’s SUV, officers stated.
Motor Car Fee data point out Ortega does have a license to drive a motorbike and he solely has two tickets on his driving report, each from 1989.
Ortega was launched from Jersey Metropolis Medical Middle Friday.
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