If the cop didn't stop him, he probably would of killed someone in a accident.
But, this is still freaky :eek
Dec 18, 2004 3:52 pm US/Eastern
(BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP, N.J.) A man who had been stopped by police on suspicion of drunken driving was killed while being given a sobriety test when a truck plowed into the scene early Saturday morning, authorities said.
When police stopped the driver of the truck less than a mile away they found open containers of alcohol in the vehicle and charged him with driving under the influence, according to prosecutors.
The series of events began just after 2 a.m. when an officer stopped the car of William F. Grieb, 34, of Hamilton Township on Route 130 for suspected drunken driving, according to Burlington County Prosecutor Robert Bernardi.
As the officer was giving Grieb a field sobriety test on the side of the road a tractor-trailer driven by Shane Gildersleeve of Baiatie, N.Y., crashed into the police car which then struck Grieb's vehicle, Bernardi said.
The officer was able to get out of the way but was unable to move Grieb, who died instantly in the collision, according to Bernardi.
Gildersleeve, 40, fled the scene but was stopped just up the road, Bernardi said. He was also charged with several motor vehicle offenses. He was being held Saturday on $10,000 bail.
just a little ironic...i wonder if the driver of car 1 was really drunk, that would be some shit if he wasnt, but more than likely he was
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