East Brunswick man suffered non-life threatening injuries after car flipped over.
An East Brunswick man was medevaced with non-life threatening injuries from the scene of a motor vehicle accident on Route 1 Friday morning. At about 6:30 a.m., Olujimi Grant, 29, was headed south on Route 1 near the South Brunswick Sqaure Mall when another vehicle changed lanes in front of him and forced him to take evasive action, police said. Grant's 1998 red Jaguar struck the curb, and then hit a utility pole and fire hydrant before overturning on the grass. Grant was able to extricate himself from the vehicle. Police said EMS made the call for a medevac to transport Grant to the hospital, where he was treated and expected to be released Friday afternoon.
Suspect allegedly drove for two miles with a motorcycle stuck to his car.
An East Brunswick man is facing drunk driving charges after an alleged hit and run incident on Route 535 Thursday evening. Chandresh Chitalia, 47, was charged with assault by auto, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to render aid to injured person, and driving while intoxicated after he allegedly struck a motorcyclist and then fled from the scene of the collision. At 8:25 p.m., South Brunswick Police responded to a motor vehicle crash reported near the intersection of Route 535 and Davidson Mill Road. Witnesses told police that a 1997 Nissan Altima struck a motorcyclist and then fled the scene while the motorcycle was still stuck to the vehicle. The driver, Christopher Kobi, 39, was found laying semiconscious in the roadway. Kobi …