East Brunswick Motorcycle Accident – On Wednesday, two township police officers were injured after an accident involving their motorcycles occurred. Both officers were taken to the hospital for treatment. At the same hospital where the accident took place, medical attention is currently being provided to one of the officers who was hurt in the incident. According to a news release that was distributed by the township, at approximately 4:27 p.m. on Wednesday, the East Brunswick Police Department responded to Milltown Road near the exit of the Wawa parking lot at 426 Ryders Lane in response to a report of a collision involving a Honda HR-V and two motorbike units from the East Brunswick Police Department.
The incident involved a report of a collision involving a Honda HR-V and two motorbike units from the East Brunswick Police Department. A Honda HR-V and two motorcycle units from the East Brunswick Police Department were said to have been involved in the incident, according to the reports. An initial investigation revealed that the two motorcycles were travelling east on Milltown Road when the Honda made a left turn from the exit of the Wawa parking lot onto Milltown Road in front of the path of the two motorcycles, and as a result, the three vehicles collided in the eastbound lane of Milltown Road.
One of the motorcycle riders was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. The results of the preliminary inquiry were uncovered, as stated in a press release regarding the investigation that was conducted initially. There were no reports of anyone being wounded as a result of the collision that occurred earlier. After the accident, Sgt. John Bird and Sgt. James Angermeier, who had both been injured in the collision, were transported to Robert Wood Johnson Hospital so that they could receive medical treatment for their injuries there. According to the notification, Bird was released, while Angermeier was retained in the hospital so that he could continue receiving treatment for his injuries.
The statement also indicated that Bird was released. Lt. Wade Gordon, who works for the Special Operations Section of the East Brunswick Police Department, is now conducting an investigation into an accident. This inquiry is being carried out by the East Brunswick Police Department. The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office is providing assistance to Lt. Gordon in the context of this investigation.