Raw video: Armored lorry spills income onto highway in East Rutherford, New Jersey heading to drivers to leave their vehicles to accumulate a money, mixed accidents.
Thursday morning competence symbol a initial time a New Jersey commuter elite to be in a “cash lane.”
The East Rutherford Police Department said an armored lorry spilled income along a westbound lanes of Route 3 during about 8:30 a.m. — right during a rise of a morning rush hour.
The occurrence took place nearby Metlife Stadium, right outward of New York City.
In videos posted to amicable media, motorists can be seen withdrawal their cars as they hasten to squeeze a income from transport lanes.
“$5, 20, everything,” someone could be listened observant in a video posted by Sabrina Quagliozzi. “Look during a accidents. Wow.”
Police pronounced “multiple” crashes were reported in a area due to people attempting to squeeze a cash. Travel also screeched to a hindrance as people got out of their cars.
Betsy Richards, a Montclair resident, was on a NJ Transit train into New York City, and told NorthJersey.com she saw a male in a Brinks uniform was also using by trade perplexing to collect a money.
“People were saying, ‘he’s really going to get fired,'” she told a news outlet. “It’s Christmas for some and a detriment of a pursuit for another.”
The occurrence stays underneath investigation, according to police. Anyone with information or videos of a occurrence is asked to hit authorities during 201-438-0165