Monday, July 2, 2012
No one was transported to local hospitals, police said.
A car accident in Chatham Township Sunday evening resulted in four injuries, police said Monday. Chatham Township Police Lt. Steven Hennelly said the accident occurred at the intersection of River Road and Southern Boulevard at 8:28 p.m. Sunday. According to Hennelly, there were four injuries in the accident, but no one involved was transported to area hospitals. Chatham Patch will update this story as further information becomes available.
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Police and fire department responded.
Chatham Borough Police and Fire Department responded to the scene of a car accident Wednesday afternoon. The accident occurred at about 2:30 p.m. near the intersection of Fairmount Avenue and Chandler Road, just north of Fair Mount Cemetery. Members of the Chatham Emergency Squad were also seen near the scene. Police guided motorists north and south on Fairmount Avenue after the accident. Traffic was delayed in both directions. Details of the cause of or injuries resulting from the car accident were not immediately available Wednesday afternoon. Chatham Patch will update this story as further information becomes available.
Friday, April 6, 2012
Police issued a summons for careless driving to a Berkeley Heights resident.
The Chatham Emergency Squad transported two people to Morristown Medical Center following a two-car accident Thursday. Chatham Borough Police responded to the intersection of Main Street and Dunbar Street for a two-car accident with injuries at 10:19 a.m. Thursday, police said. A 2008 Chrysler driven by Maxine McInulty, 33, of Summit was stopped on Main Street when she was struck from behind, according to police. The car that struck her was a 2008 Toyota driven by Omar Abusada, 44, of Berkeley Heights, police said. The occupants of both cars reported minor injuries and were transported to Morristown Medical Center, according to police. Abusada was issued a summons for careless driving, police said.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
The Chatham Emergency Squad transported one driver to the hospital.
Chatham Borough Police said a driver complaining of pain after a car accident was transported to the hospital Monday. Patrolman Colatrella investigated a motor vehicle accident on Main Street near North Passaic Avenue at 7:29 p.m. Monday, according to police. His investigation revealed Hoagan Shi, 35, of Jersey City was driving a 2011 BMW and was stopped in traffic when he was struck from behind, police said. The other vehicle was a 2009 Honda driven by Sarah Rader, 22, of Berkeley Heights, according to police. Shi was transported to Morristown Medical Center by the Chatham Emergency Squad complaining of pain and Radar was uninjured, police said. The Radar vehicle was towed from the scene and no summonses were issued, according to police.
Friday, April 15, 2011
The accident occurred at the intersection of River Road and Southern Boulevard.
A two-car accident early Friday afternoon sent five people to area hospitals, township officials said. The accident occurred at approximately 1:45 p.m. Jim Pignatello, the chief of the Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department, said one of the cars involved in the accident was transporting Merry Maids, and that several people involved were not wearing their seatbelts. Pignatello described the injuries as "moderate." Chatham Township Police and the Chatham Emergency Squad were also on the scene. All lanes remained open but fire, ambulance and police vehicles were parked on the scene with sirens on to urge caution to drivers. Chatham Patch will provide updates on this story as more information becomes available.
Monday, April 4, 2011
A Chatham Township Police officer was treated for back pain, and the woman went to the hospital complaining of head pain.
An officer from the Chatham Township Police Department was treated for back pain after a Madison woman apparently sideswiped the patrol car late Saturday night while attempting to pass from behind, police said Monday. Shortly before midnight, Officer Michael Giannone stopped a car on Fairmount Avenue for a motor vehicle violation, police said. While he was in the car on the side of the road, Pamela Becker, 41, of Madison, attempted to pass the patrol car, according to police. Becker misjudged the distance and hit the side of the patrol car, causing substantial damage to both vehicles, police said. The Chatham Emergency Squad transported both to Morristown Memorial Hospital, where Becker was treated for head pain and Giannone was released …
Monday, February 7, 2011
A car accident resulted in two injuries.
Two Summit women were taken to Morristown Memorial Hospital Thursday after their cars collided when one woman lost control driving on ice, police said. Chatham Borough Patrolman Jeffrey Battiloro investigaed a motor vehicle accident on Lafayette Avenue near Meadowbrook Road Thursady at approximately 9:20 a.m., according to a police statement. Police said that a 1997 Honda driven by Andrea Sullivan, 34, of Summit was traveling south on Lafayette Avenue when she lost control on the icy roadway. Sullivan's car struck a 2008 Toyota driven by Andrea Stein, 40, of Summit, which was traveling north on Lafayette Avenue, police said. According to the statement, Sullivan suffered lower leg injuries and Stein suffered a chest injury. Both drivers …
Thursday, October 14, 2010
Theft from vehicle in Kings parking lot under investigation.
- POLICE & FIRE
Thursday, October 14, 2010
On Friday, Oct. 8, an employee of New Jersey Transit reported that someone entered his work vehicle and took a cordless power drill from the front seat. The employee told Borough Police that he parked his truck in the Kings lot while he went up on the tracks, according to a statement from the Chatham Borough Police Department. When he returned to his truck at approximately 3 p.m., he noticed that the Milwaukee power drill and charger was missing. Police said the man stated there were no signs of forced entry although the door locks do not work properly. Police ask that anyone with information to call the Chatham Borough Police Department at 973-635-8000. On Tuesday at 9:38 p.m., police said Patrolman Roy George responded to a motor vehicle…