35-Year-Old Township Resident Seriously Injured In Crash Faces DUI Ticket
RARITAN TWP. – According to the police, 35-year-old Josiah O. Sulouff, who sustained life-threatening injuries in an accident on Sunday, was issued a motor-vehicle summons for DUI.
At around 12:59 a.m., Sulouff was travelling alone in a 2009 Pontiac G6 and was going north on Sergeantsville Road when his vehicle got out of control while going around a curve at the intersection with Bonetown Road.
The vehicle hit an embankment and trees and stopped after hitting a utility pole.
Sulouff suffered injuries to his face and other body parts as well. He was rushed to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital with the help of a helicopter.
The vehicle was heavily damaged and was towed from the accident spot as it was not in a condition to run.
Sulouff was charged for careless driving and driving under the influence of alcohol for which he is summoned to court.
Officer Aaron Roth investigated the accident and the DUI case.
It was not the only accident that happened on Sunday as 2 more accidents occurred on the same day in Hunterdon County. A Nissan Altima and Jeep Grand Cherokee were involved in one accident that occurred in Union Township. The other accident occurred in Lebanon Township and involved a motorcycle.
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