NEWARK, NJ – A Bridgepoint man has been reunited with his family after suffering several injuries from an April car accident, sources report.
Jairo Mandu, 62, was driving a 2008 Subaru Forester on the Jersey Turnpike when the driver of a Ford F-250 lost control and plowed into Mandu’s vehicle.
Mandu was severely injured and spent two weeks in a coma. He was later confined to University Hospital in New Jersey for a month and a half, unable to have visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
A parade welcoming Mandu home was held on Saturday afternoon.
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