Readington, New Jersey volunteer firefighter Ken Aspley has been charged with drunken driving after crashing a fire truck at the beginning of the month. Apsley, who is 54-years-old, is an active and veteran fireman who had been named deputy chief for the Readington Volunteer Fire Company.
On March 1, Aspley was responding to a fire call in Branchburg at approximately 11:30 p.m. when he overturned his truck just around the corner from the firehouse. According to police, the accident occurred on a slight bend with a dry road. Accident first responders, on the other hand, did not have such a dry roadway to work on, because 3,200 gallons of water carried in the truck’s tanks spilled onto the roadway.
There were no other vehicles involved in the crash. Given the odd crash and “an odor of an alcoholic beverage,” Aspley was charged with drunken driving. Aspley suffered a concussion in the crash, estopping police from performing any tests including any Breathalyzer alcohol tests.
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