Verona, NJ

Verona, NJ: 3-Car Crash with Multiple Injuries and Entrapment

Carolyne Volpe Curley / West Essex Now
Verona Rescue SquadVerona Rescue Squad

This afternoon at 3:25pm, the Verona Police Department responded to 911 calls reporting a crash involving three motor vehicles in their town at Bloomfield Avenue and Pompton Avenue.
Bloomfield Avenue and Pompton Avenue, Verona, JGoogle Maps

Upon arrival, police determined that several car occupants were injured and one person was trapped inside of their car.

A call went out for two ambulances and the all-volunteer Verona Rescue Squad was immediately dispatched and responded to the scene for treatment of the persons’ injuries. The rescue crew worked with police to extract one person who was injured and trapped within the damaged car.

Bloomfield Avenue, west bound, was temporarily closed while the crash was investigated.

No further information is available at this time.

For further information:

Verona Police Department
Christopher Kiernan, Police Chief
600 Bloomfield Ave, Verona, NJ 07044

“The mission of the Verona Police Department is to interact harmoniously with the public and maintain the peace and safety of all persons in the Township of Verona. We will protect the lives, property and rights of all people, as well as being sensitive to the needs of our community. The Verona Police will always be mindful that our duty is to serve the people through exemplary service with a focus on problem solving, as we strive to improve the quality of life in the community.”


Verona Rescue Squad
Gregory Petroski, Squad Chief
12 Church Street, Verona, NJ 07044
“The Verona Rescue Squad is a volunteer non-profit organization which maintains ambulance and rescue services free of charge to the citizens and residents of the Township of Verona; care is provided by trained Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs). The Verona Rescue Squad cooperates with the police department, fire department, other town agencies and neighboring squads. Without charge, we respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and are supported by voluntary donations from the residents and businesses of Verona as well as from the people we serve.”



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Carolyne Volpe Curley, a Certified New Jersey Press Journalist since 2012, has appeared on nationally televised productions and interviewed by the international press. Volpe Curley publishes West Essex NOW, a hyperlocal news site covering Essex County, NJ. Volpe Curley graduated from Lafayette College in 1986, with a BA in both English and Government, and a minor in Women Studies and Religion.

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