Jefferson Twp. Police
January 14, 2019
January 15, 2019
Sgt. Joseph Kratzel
January 14, 2019 approximately 9:15pm PO Ondish and PO Saparito responded to a
three vehicle MV Crash with possible entrapment on Green Pond Road, in the area
of Deerhaven. Upon arrival PO Ondish observed a silver 2003 Ford Taurus in
flames. PO Ondish extinguished the flames with a fire extinguisher. The driver,
Katelynn Campbell, 25, of Highland Lakes, was inside the vehicle at the time.
Campbell was Medivac?d to Hackensack Memorial Hospital where she was later
second vehicle, a black 2015 Subaru Impreza, operated by Ashleigh Boissonault,
36, of Budd Lake, had serious injuries and was Medivac?d to Morristown Memorial
third vehicle, a white 2016 Nissan Rogue, operated by Elizabeth Salomon, 51, of
Butler, and passenger Amanda Salomon, 19, of Butler, were not injured.
investigation by Traffic Safety Officer Davis , Detective Sergeant Krater, PO
Ondish revealed Vehicle 1 operated by Ms. Campbell was traveling south west on
Green Pond Road heading towards Route 80. Vehicle 2 and 3 were traveling in the
opposite direction, heading towards Route 23.
1, crossed over into the opposite lane of travel and struck vehicle 2 head on,
causing vehicle 2 to leave the roadway and roll over off the road into an
embankment. Vehicle 1 then started to roll over and strike vehicle 3 head on.
matter is still under investigation by the Morris County Prosecutor?s Office
and Jefferson Township Traffic Safety.
following agencies assisted in this matter, Atlantic Air 3 and Hackensack Air
1, Jefferson Township Fire Dept. Company #1 and #2, Jefferson Rescue Squad, Milton
First Aid Squad, Jefferson Township OEM, Morris County Office Prosecutor?s
Office, Morris County Sheriff?s Office CIS, West Milford Fire Department and
Morris County Road Department.
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