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NJ Dad Saves Boy From Car Falling Off Cliff…Receives Traffic Tickets [AUDIO]

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Only in New Jersey.  Fox News had a story about a father who saved his boy from his Jeep, which was falling off a cliff into the river below. That is the feel good side of the story.

Apparently Union County police thought it was necessary to give Frank Roder (father) a pair of traffic tickets for his trouble. One ticket for failure to provide insurance card, which was in his car in the river, and failure to use his emergency brake.

In one day, Roder saved his boy from a car falling off a cliff and got 2 traffic tickets. Only in New Jersey. Frank Roder called into the Dennis and Judi Show to talk about his eventful day. Listen below.

Frank Roder Talks About Saving Boy and Receiving Traffic Tickets

Have you ever gotten a frivolous ticket? Was it more ridciulous than the traffic tickets Roder received?

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