Car crashes into NJ firehouse — a polling place for today’s primary
TOTOWA — Voting went on as scheduled at a firehouse after a car drove into the side of the building on Tuesday morning.
A witness told News 12 New Jersey a woman driving a white sedan drove through a wall at Totowa Fire Rescue No. 4 on Mitchell Avenue around 5:15 a.m. The cause of the crash remained under investigation.
Voters cast their ballots in one of the bays where a fire truck is normally parked despite a large hole in the wall, election officials told the North Jersey Record. Polls across the state open at 6 a.m.
Fire officials told RLS Metro Breaking News reported that no one inside the firehouse was injured.
Totowa police did not immediately return a message.
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