Browns’ Josh Gordon Involved In Minor Car Accident Day Before Bears Game

Multiple car accident on Gowanus Expressway

By Bernie Augustine / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Sunday, December 15, 2013, 2:15 PM Comment Elsa/Getty Images Josh Gordon drives NFL defenses nuts this season, and has averaged 193 yards over the last four games. Hes caught five touchdowns over that span. Related Stories NYC gets $2 million donations from NFL, Super Bowl committee for hosting duties NFL defenses have not been able to slow Josh Gordon this season, but Mother Nature nearly did on Saturday. The Browns record-setting wide receiver was involved in a minor car crash over the weekend but was medically cleared to play on Sunday against the Bears. First day out here and we nearly died, Gordon wrote on Instagram along with a photo of his Range Rover on a flatbed truck on the side of a snow-covered road. RELATED: LIONS’ BURLESON REACHES FOR PIZZA, CRASHES CAR AND BREAKS ARM A Browns spokesman told that Gordon was a passenger in his black SUV . The driver lost control on the slick roads, leading to the fender-bender.
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Wednesday, December 18, 2013 Report a typo Action News PENNSAUKEN, N.J. – December 18, 2013 (WPVI) — Police say three people were injured in a car crash in Pennsauken, New Jersey late Tuesday night. The accident occurred around 10:30 p.m. near the Betsy Ross Bridge on Route 130 and Union Avenue. According to police, two vehicles collided head on. Related Content More: See more Action News slideshows One car carrying a male and female were allegedly driving at a high rate of speed and traveling north on Route 130 when it struck a second car. The striking car lost control and continued north, flipping over a guard rail before ejecting the male and female victims. Both victims were taken to the hospital in critical condition. The driver in the second car suffered minor injuries and was taken to the hospital for treatment. Police are investigating the crash. (Copyright 2013 WPVI-TV/DT. All Rights Reserved.)
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3 injured in car crash in Pennsauken, N.J.

3 injured in car crash in Pennsauken

City News Service says a woman in her 60s was killed on impact in the crash in the Tarzana area late Monday. Officer Olga Arriaga says the suspect, driving a gray Ford Taurus, slammed into the rear of a vehicle, causing a seven-car pileup. Occupants of the other cars complained of neck and back pain but no serious injuries were reported. Witnesses say after the crash the suspect walked into a convenience store, bought a six pack of beer and began drinking it while police arrived. The suspect is in custody and being questioned. His name was not immediately released.
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Two-car crash injures teenage girl and Morgan deputy

A New York Fire Department spokesman said eight people were taken to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries because of the chain-reaction wreck, which occurred around 8:20 p.m. The spokesman said he did not have a firm number on how many cars were involved. More than 10 of the cars were wrecked, but the spokesman could not confirm media reports that more than 30 cars were involved. He said the accident — which took place a few miles before the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, was not considered serious and that the wrecked cars had not been traveling at high rates of speed. A New York Police Department spokesman said officials could not say exactly how many cars were involved either, and that the accident was not serious. “It was a couple separate incidents that makes it look like a big pileup, but they’re just clustered together,” the spokesman said. Be the first to rate: 0
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California DUI Suspect Held in Deadly 7-Car Crash

PHOTO: John Michael Farren, 57, of New Canaan, Conn, is arraigned in state Superior Court in Norwalk, Conn, Jan. 7, 2010.

Chris Simmons, Utah Highway Patrol supervisor for Weber and Morgan counties. “Every indication is the Morgan County deputy failed to yield the right of way in running a stop sign,” Simmons said. “He will likely be cited with failure to yield, but that would be a prosecutor’s call.” The deputy did not have his overhead lights activated upon entering the intersection where the crash occurred, Simmons said. Morgan County Sheriff Blaine Breshears confirmed the 9 p.m. traffic accident involved a patrol car and another vehicle at 100 S. State St. in Morgan. He said he did not have full details since, per policy, an outside agency was investigating the crash, in this case the UHP. Breshears and Simmons both declined to identify the deputy. Simmons said a vehicle driven by a group of four teenage girls was northbound on State when they broadsided the deputy’s patrol car, which was eastbound on 100 South. The young women, cheerleaders, were headed for a Christmas function, he said. but it wasn’t clear where they were from. Both vehicles had to be towed.
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