A recent car accident in Elmwood Park, NJ, caused a young boy’s leg to break. The incident took place on River Drive near Marginal Road. The teenager, 18, was unsupervised in his vehicle and was struck by a black Ford Fusion. He was taken to a local hospital, where he remains in critical condition. The woman in the car did not leave the scene and did no face any charges or summonses.
Construction worker aged 23 was seriously injured when he fell three stories from an elevator shaft while constructing a new apartment building. The incident took place around 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, October 9th. The man was working on the top of the elevator shaft when he fell three stories to the ground below. The victim was taken to the hospital by emergency responders. The accident is currently under investigation by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration.
The prosecutor stated that the charges against him were accusations. A defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. He pleaded not guilty to the charges and was released from jail. He has been charged with assault by auto and knowingly leaving the scene of a serious accident. He was ordered to pay the damages to other drivers. The prosecution is continuing the case. He also hopes to have the charges against the other driver dropped.
According to the Elmwood Park Police Department, the defendant was convicted for Assault By Auto. This is a third-degree crime. He is also facing multiple motor vehicle violations including Reckless Driving and Driving While Intoxicated. On November 13, 2020, he will make his first court appearance at Central Judicial Processing Court Hackensack, NJ.
The prosecution has filed a case against the defendant. The charges were filed based on the evidence found during the accident. The prosecution stated that the charges against driver are only accusations. The defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt. The prosecutor’s office also thanks the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and the Elmwood Park Police Department for their efforts in investigating the accident.
The fire was caused by a car that accelerated out of control. The other driver failed to stop in time and was cited by the police. FIROZVI was charged with Assault By Automobile and Assault By Auto as well as Reckless Driving. The driver was released on bail and an investigation is ongoing. The investigation will continue to determine who is at fault and who will ultimately be held accountable.
23-year-old Omar A. FIROZVI was arrested for assault following the accident. The prosecutor stated that Omar A. FIROZVI, 23, was not guilty until proven guilty beyond reasonable doubt. A thorough investigation is ongoing. A trial is expected to take place in the near future. The victim of the accident suffered a traumatic brain injury and was taken to the hospital. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the incident.
The accident has left two people critically injured. The victim, who was working on the top floor of the elevator shaft, was rushed to the hospital, where he was critically injured. The incident is being investigated by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration. The alleged driver, OMAR A. FIROZVI, was charged with leaving the scene of a fatal car accident. He was accused of assaulting two people by automobile and seriously injuring another.
The attorney has profiled the other party. The profile includes contact information, education and biographical information. Links to the website of the firm, the website of a personal injury lawyer, and other relevant information may be included in the profile. A contact form makes it easy to reach the attorney. New Jersey car accidents can result in medical expenses ranging from $85,000 up to $3,000,000.