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2 Recovering After Troop Car Rammed in Ramapo

Kristine Bellino

Two New York State troopers are recovering from injuries after their car was hit while helping a disabled car.

22-Year old Robert T. Johnson of Suffern, who was driving a Jeep on Airmont Road in Ramapo, New York, allegedly rear-ended the marked police car while its lights were flashing.

The accident happened on Sunday, December 1, 2013 at about 4:20am.

The troopers were brought to Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern and were treated were injuries that were described in a written release from State Police as “minor.”

Police say that Johnson, who was not injured, provided a breath sample that returned a result of .11% blood alcohol concentration.  He is facing a DWI charge and several traffic violations.

 

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