NJ state trooper miraculously escapes overturned cruiser unharmed

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WARREN, N.J. (AP) — State Police say a trooper escaped serious injury when his cruiser went off a northern New Jersey highway and overturned.

Clarence Turner was westbound on Route 78 in Warren when the accident occurred around 8 a.m. Thursday.

Authorities tell NJ.com that another car suddenly pulled in front of Turner’s vehicle, and he swerved into the left shoulder in an attempt to avoid a collision. But he lost control of his cruiser and it went into the grassy median, where it overturned.

Turner was taken to a hospital as a precaution and was later released. The other car had left the scene by the time authorities arrived on scene.

The accident remains under investigation.


1 Comment

  • Jumbybird

    There are no such things as miracles. The trooper was saved by a well designed car and safety systems. He was not saved by a “miracle”. This is a news site, you are bound by the rules of journalism to report the TRUTH, the FACTS. Stop spreading lies about miracles!

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