CLIFTON, NJ – The police apprehended four teenagers after they crashed a stolen vehicle into the Passaic River in Clifton on Wednesday night.
According to Ridgefield Park Daily Voice, officers spotted the stolen car and attempted to pull it over on Wednesday night. The suspects refused to stop but due to the slick and icy road, officers did not give chase.
Shortly after, the white sedan went off Route 21 into the Passaic River near Ackerman Avenue.
The four teenagers inside the car were rescued from the vehicle and had escaped the crash without serious injury.
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