Two car accident on Littleton Road sends one driver to Morristown Medical Center

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Parsippany Police investigating the accident. Ms. Adebivi was charged with careless driving.

PARSIPPANY — On Monday, June 27 at 3:20 p.m. Mr. Hassan Hallak, 30, Paterson was stopped in traffic with his blinker on, attempting to make a left hand turn from Littleton Road Southbound onto Fieldcrest Road and struck from the rear by a vehicle driven by Ms. Folashade Adebivi, 27, Newark.

Mr. Hassan Hallak was injured and unable to provide a statement, and was transported to Morristown Medical Center by Parsippany Emergency Medical Services.

Ms. Folashade Adebivi stated that she did not see Mr. Hallak’s vehicle had stopped.

A witness from Passaic County Sheriff’s K9 Patrol Unit was traveling North Bound on Littleton Road and recorded the collision. The witness said “I was able to view the collision, which showed Mr. Hassan Hallak’s vehicle stopped in the lane with his left hand turn signal engaged, and Ms. Adebivi’s vehicle strike his from the rear.

Police investigation found damage consistent with driver statements, witness statements, and roadway evidence, and that the collision occurred due to Ms. Adebivi’s inattention and following too closely.

The investigation was conducted by Patrolman James Seeger.  Ms. Adebivi was charged with careless driving.

Mr. Hallak was driving a 2006 Toyota Sienna, which was towed from the scene by Powdermill Towing and Ms. Adebivi was driving a 2001 Nissan Altima, which was also towed from the scene by Powdermill Towing.

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Ms. Adebivi was driving a 2001 Nissan Altima, which was towed from the scene by Powdermill Towing

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