FRANKLIN TWP. – 36-year-old Angela L. Feaster of Glassboro faces multiple charges following a collision with a police vehicle in Franklin Township.
According to authorities, the two-car crash took place Friday night on Route 40/Harding Highway shortly after 8 p.m. Officer Clifford Trovillo was traveling on Route 40 when his police vehicle was struck by a car traveling south on Tuckahoe Road.
The driver of the vehicle, identified as Feaster, was driving under the influence when she disregarded a stop sign at the intersection and hit Trovillo’s vehicle.
Franklin Township police reported that Feaster was travelling with her three kids who were passengers in her vehicle. She faces multiple charges including driving while intoxicated, three counts of child endangerment and assault by auto.
Trovillo, who is a 14-year veteran, suffered multiple injuries in the crash and was airlifted to Cooper University Hospital. His injuries included a concussion, two broken wrists and a broken ankle. He was reported to be in good condition on Saturday morning.
Feaster also suffered a broken ankle in the crash and was taken to Kennedy Hospital for treatment. The children also suffered some injuries and one of her children was taken to Cooper for possible internal injuries.
After treatment of her injuries, Feaster was placed in Salem County Correctional Facility on $50,000 bail.
Newfield, Glassboro, Monroe and Buena police departments, New Jersey State Police, Gloucester County Prosecutor’s Office, Franklin Township Ambulance, Forest Grove Volunteer Fire Department, and Star Cross Fire Police assisted on the scene.
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