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New Jersey Considers Crack Down on Commuter Vans

In response to a horrific accident last month in which an 8-month old girl was killed, state Sen. Nicholas Sacco has introduced legislation to increase the oversight and regulation of commuter vans.

“Angelie’s Law” (S2950) is a bill named for Angelie Paredes, of North Bergen, who was in a stroller on Boulevard East in West New York on July 30 when a commuter van struck a lamp post that fell on her.

Source: Jersey Journal. Read full article. (link)

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