Firefighters Free Man Pinned Under Truck
Paramus, NJ – On Monday afternoon, firefighters helped free a driver who had a leg pinned when his truck landed on its side.
The victim was driving on Route 17 in Paramus when a Borst Landscaping box truck and Audi sedan crashed into a utility pole.
The accident occurred in front of the Midas Muffler shop before the northbound highway and Kalisa Way.
Police reported that both the truck driver and passenger were hospitalized. The driver and passenger of the Audi were not injured.
Paramus Rescue Squad responded to the crash around 1:00 pm. They freed the trucker’s leg by cutting through the dashboard and applying a tourniquet.
Traffic on Route 17 halted while police examined, investigated, and cleared the scene.
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Source: Daily Voice
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