Eight Accidents, One Hit-and-Run, Reported in About An Hour During Tuesday's Snow

A string of accidents occurred on roads slick by snow and ice.

Warren Township police. By John Patten
Warren Township police. By John Patten
Warren Township Police were very busy Tuesday morning, responding to eight accidents on local snowy roads between 7:42 to 8:53 a.m., according to a police report issued on Wednesday.

The first accident, reported at 7:42 a.m. on Warrenville Road in the area of no. 511, resulted in Heidi M. Figel, 52, of Middlesex being struck by a the driver in a dark sedan who then fled the scene of the accident, the police report said. Police had not yet reported finding the other vehicle as of Wednesday.

No other injuries were reported in the other seven accidents, which involved such mishaps as one driving sliding into another, or hitting the curb on an icy road, according to the police report.

The reported accidents occurred on Washington Valley Road, Top of the World Way, King George Road, Powder Horn Drive, Liberty Corner Road, Mountain Boulevard, and at the intersection of Stirling and Reinman roads, according to the police report.

Police had asked drivers to stay off local roads on Tuesday morning because they warned conditions were unsafe.


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