NJ cop saved man hours before being killed
He had saved the life of a choking man before his police cruiser slammed into a telephone pole
By Dan Mangan
The New York Post
TEANECK, NJ — A highly decorated New Jersey cop who had just saved the life of a choking man was killed hours later when his police cruiser slammed into a telephone pole, authorities said yesterday.
Teaneck Officer John Abraham, 37, was working an overtime shift when the one-car accident occurred at 1:49 a.m. outside police headquarters on Teaneck Road.
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