NJ Man Passes After Getting Stuck In Snow And Ignoring Officers


In Little Ferry, New Jersey a driver who got stuck in a snowbank unintentionally caused his own death after he refused to stop revving his engine. Police say the driver, a 62-year-old local man, got stuck in the snow after jumping a parking divider. Officers called to the scene found the man repeatedly revving his engine. The officers banged on the window to tell the man that he wouldn't be able to drive out of the snowbank and a tow truck was on the way, but he totally ignored them. Then the officers saw flames below the man's Mazda CX-5. One officer ran to fetch a fire extinguisher while the other tried to break a window to rescue the man, but by the time he managed to break a rear window, the interior of the vehicle was "fully engulfed in flames" and it was too late to save him. The driver, burned beyond recognition, was pronounced dead at the scene.


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