2 People Struck By Vehicle In Front Of Teaneck Synagogue

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TEANECK (VINnews) — Two men were struck by a vehicle in front of a Synagogue in Teaneck, NJ on Thursday evening.

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One of the men, who suffered a skull fracture, was critically inured.

According to reports, the accident occured at approximately 6:20 PM in front of Congregation Bnei Yeshurun on West Englewood Avenue near Jefferson Street.

Both men were transported to Hackensack Medical Center with advanced life support.

The names for Tehilim are Yosef Shmuel Shmelka Ben Rivkah & Micha Chaim ben Sarah.


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Educated Archy
Educated Archy
4 years ago

Sad

plGUE
plGUE
4 years ago

refuah sheleima and I know of two residents of Teaneck who were injured by a car Maybe there is a tructural condition on the road which needs unless there is clear evidence of driver’s fault

Nachum
Nachum
4 years ago

The problem is that this time of the year, when Maariv ends, it is dark outside, and unless the roadway is well lit, there is limited visibility for both the pedestrians and the drivers. Where I live, there are horrible drivers who won’t even put their lights on at night! I’ve also seen drivers deliberately accelerate on pedestrians, who are 100 or more feet away from them!