Truck strikes traffic signal; Traffic signal damages windshield of stopped truck


PARSIPPANY — On Wednesday, March 22, at 7:42 a.m., Mr. Francis Henry, 30, from Canada, was on Parsippany Road making right turn onto Eastmans Road.

He traveled over the curb striking the traffic signal post, removing it from its base. Mr. Michael Rapp, 33, New York, was stopped on Eastmans Road at the intersection of Parsippany Road.

The damaged traffic signal struck Mr. Rapp’s 2016 Hino Truck as it fell to the roadway. The 2016 Hino Truck sustained damage to the front windshield.

Mr. Francis Henry’s vehicle was driven from the scene and Mr. Rapp’s truck was towed from the scene by C & L Towing.

Patrolman Jimmy Michel was the investigating officer. There were no summons issued at the scene.

Mr. Francis Henry hit the traffic signal at Parsippany Road and Eastmans Road
The traffic signal broke the windshield of the 2016 White Hino Truck



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