East Brunswick police officer remains hospitalized after motorcycle crash

EAST BRUNSWICK – Two township police officers were injured Wednesday, including one who remains hospitalized, in a crash with their motorcycles.

East Brunswick police responded about 4:27 p.m. Wednesday to Milltown Road at the exit of the Wawa parking lot, 426 Ryders Lane, on a report of a crash involving a Honda HR-V and two East Brunswick Police Department Motorcycle Units, a township press release said.

A preliminary investigation revealed that the two motorcycles were traveling east on Milltown Road when the Honda made a left turn from the exit of the Wawa parking lot onto Milltown Road in front of the path of the two motorcycles, the release said, and the three vehicles collided in the eastbound lane of Milltown Road.

Sgts. John Bird and James Angermeier were injured in the crash and were transported to Robert Wood Johnson Hospital for treatment. Bird was released, while Angermeier remains hospitalized undergoing further treatment, the release said.

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An accident investigation is being conducted by Lt. Wade Gordon of the East Brunswick Police Department’s Special Operations Section, with assistance from the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.

Anyone with information about this incident may contact the East Brunswick Police Department Special Operations Section at 732-390-6969.

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