Motorcyclist collides with bear on NJ highway
Fredon: A motorcyclist escaped serious injury Saturday when he collided with a black bear that unexpectedly ran across a north-western New Jersey highway. Sgt. Julian Castellanos, a state police spokesman, said the man was northbound on Route 94 in the Sussex County community of Fredon when the accident occurred around 9:30 a.m.
The motorcyclist — whose name was not released — was taken to Newton Memorial Hospital, where he was treated for minor injuries and later released.
Castellanos said the bear also survived and walked into the woods.