Edward Nulton Firefighter Hit and Injured by Vehicle on Route 29 and Route 309 in Monroe Township

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Edward Nulton
Edward Nulton Firefighter Hit and Injured by Vehicle on Route 29 and Route 309 in Monroe Township

Monroe Township, Pennsylvania (September 23, 2018) – A volunteer firefighter was struck and injured by a vehicle while directing traffic at an intersection in Monroe Township on Friday morning.

According to the authorities, the incident took place at about 6:35 a.m. Friday, September 21 on Routes 29 and 309.

The authorities said firefighters responded to a single-vehicle accident in which a vehicle crashed into a mailbox, a street sign and a stop sign at the intersection.

Volunteer firefighter Edward Nulton, 62, of Monroe Township, was directing traffic as police worked at the scene when he was hit by a truck, driven northbound on Route 309 by Jack C. Husband, 46, of Harveys Lake.

Nulton sustained serious injuries and was airlifted to Geisinger Hospital for treatment.

The State Police are investigating the crash.

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