A woman was charged with drunk driving in Secaucus after crashing into a tree and a bicycle rack in Trolley Park early Saturday morning, Police Chief Dennis Miller.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
llayda Gol, 22, of Lyndhurst, was charged with driving while intoxicated, Miller said in a statement this morning.
At 1:16 a.m., Secaucus police officers were dispatched to Trolley Park on reports of a motor vehicle crash.
The original reports from the Secaucus Police Department Communications were, the reporting party who wished to remain anonymous stated he heard loud bang and witnessed a car in the park.
Upon arrival at the scene, officers witnessed a Subaru Wagon inside the park resting against a tree with heavy front end damage.
The vehicle was in its final resting place, approximately one hundred feet off the roadway, resting on a tree located on an embankment separating Trolley Park from the Hackensack River. The vehicle sustained heavy front end damage.
Additionally, the scrapes were fresh and consistent with the vehicle striking the curb.
After striking the curb, the vehicle left the roadway, entered the park, drove through the park, striking a bicycle rack in the park, and ended upright on a tree.
As a result, Gol was charged with driving while intoxicated, Miller said.