Nurse Strikes 2 Pedestrians in NJ, Gets Out of Car to Do CPR: Officials - NBC New York

Nurse Strikes 2 Pedestrians in NJ, Gets Out of Car to Do CPR: Officials

No charges have been filed in the accident, which remains under investigation

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    • A nurse who hit two people with her car got out and performed CPR on one of them, a woman who was critically injured, in NJ on Saturday

    • Danielle Frederick, 26, and Vincent Mangione, 27, were both struck in South Toms River; Frederick remains hospitalized in critical condition

    • No charges have been filed in the accident, which remains under investigation

    A nurse who hit two people with her car in New Jersey over the weekend got out of the vehicle and performed CPR on the most seriously injured victim, authorities say. 

    Danielle Frederick, a 26-year-old from Toms River, and 27-year-old Vincent Mangione, of Jackson, were both struck Saturday night in South Toms River by a vehicle driven by 28-year-old Allyse Gombas, of Toms River, according to The Asbury Park Press

    Ocean County prosecutors say Gombas, who is a registered nurse, got out of her vehicle and administered first aid to Frederick until paramedics arrived on the scene. Frederick remained hospitalized Monday in critical condition, while Mangione was treated for a minor injury. 

    No charges have been filed in the accident, which remains under investigation.

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