Tree Falls On Car on Bellevue Ave., Upper Montclair Wednesday Night

Thursday, May 18, 2017 4:18pm  |  COMMENTS (1)

A tree fell across Bellevue Avenue in Upper Montclair Wednesday night, hitting a vehicle with a passenger inside. A reported the incident to firefighters at Station 2 on Valley Rd. Upon the arrival of Montclair Truck 2, the vehicle with one passenger was found under the fallen tree. Truck 2 requested additional fire units respond as well as the Montclair Ambulance Unit and Police.

The passenger of the vehicle was unable to exit the vehicle. She was removed by the fire fighters through the passenger side of the vehicle. The victim was turned over to EMS. The scene was secured and no other injuries were reported. Numerous cars were damaged. There was also damage to the awning and outside lights of Tinga’s Restaurant. A PSE&G Gas curb box was also displaced when the tree uprooted. PSE&G Gas responded to the scene and checked for gas leaks in the street and the basements in the area. No leaks were found, according to Deputy Chief Robert Duncan, Montclair Fire Department

1 Comments

  1. POSTED BY nonfatwithwhip  |  May 18, 2017 @ 9:30 pm

    Empathy and thoughts go out to the people who had their vehicles ruined by this. Reminds me of Mothers Day. A tree several times larger than that one fell and completely blocked off South Mountain avenue by Eagle Rock Way last Sunday evening.

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It's a shame that this happened. Michael Pavel came up with a plan for Charlie Brown's that worked out great and lived up to his presentations. Following it up with this is like a movie director who makes a movie that wins the Best Picture Oscar and follows it up with a film that gets ten Razzie nominations. :(

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