NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police in New Jersey contend 3 off-duty officers were concerned in a wrong-way pile-up that left dual people passed and 3 others harm on a West Shore Expressway on Staten Island.
It happened in a southbound lanes nearby Arthur Kill Road around 5 a.m. Friday.
A tractor-trailer was roving south when it collided with a automobile that was headed northbound in a southbound lanes, CBS2’s Janelle Burrell reported.
Police in Linden, New Jersey pronounced 3 off-duty officers and one municipal employee, all men, were inside a car.
One of a cops and a municipal worker were killed, 1010 WINS’ Glenn Schuck reported. The dual others inside a automobile are in vicious condition, military said. The motorist of a tractor-trailer suffered usually teenager injuries.
All southbound lanes of a West Shore Expressway are sealed during Arthur Kill Road, though trade is being detoured and there are usually teenager delays, CBS2’s Jim Smith reported. Drivers might still wish to cruise swap routes.
All northbound lanes are open, though drivers are confronting delays as they proceed a pile-up scene.
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The review into a pile-up is ongoing.