Monday, July 8th 2013 — Justin Ratajczik, 34, was identified in reports as the driver of a Hyundai that was involved in an accident with a Jeep in South Brunswick, NJ on Monday the 8th. Ratajczik was noted in accident reports as being injured in the accident, but no information about those injuries or where he was treated for them was available.
Scene of the Accident:
Accident reports state that the Jeep containing two people involved in the accident was westbound on Ridge Rd. when the vehicle allegedly went over the center line of the roadway and struck a Hyundai containing one person. Investigators stated that the driver of the Jeep was driving negligently, and issued citations. The two occupants of the Jeep were both injured as well as the driver of the Hyundai.
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