BERGEN COUNTY, NJ – A used-car owner was showing his vehicle to a potential buyer when they crashed into a house in East Rutherford on Wednesday.
According to Daily Voice, the 35-year-old owner of a 2003 Nissan 350Z was behind the wheel with a 19-year-old passenger who was interested in buying it. Apparently, the gas pedal got stuck and the driver lost control. He crashed through some landscaping, a fence, and into a residence on Carlton Avenue.
Both driver and passenger declined medical attention and no one in the house was injured.
The driver has been cited for careless driving.
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