Aston Martin Crashes Into Tree on Holmdel Road
The early Wednesday morning crash occurred at Dante's Way. The driver was from Holmdel and has been charged with driving under the influence.
A Holmdel car acccident victim was transported by helicopter to a New Brunswick hospital after the sports car he was driving hit a tree off Holmdel Road, near Dante's Way, around 1:30 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Jarrod Isoldi, 39, of Tolas Drive in Holmdel was charged with possession of a controlled dangerous substance, operating under the influence, and reckless driving, according to Holmdel Police.
He was the sole driver of the vehicle, a 2012 Aston Martin, said police. Isoldi was headed south on the roadway when the car left the roadway and hit a tree.
Isoldi had to be extricated from the vehicle and airlifted to Robert Wood University Hospital by NJ State Police Northstar.
This section of Holmdel Road has seen more than its fair share of accidents. There were accidents in this area in 2011, on December 7 and a bread truck crash on Oct. 3.
The crash is under investigation by Ptl. John Maguire of the Holmdel Police Department.
Aston Martin is a British luxury car maker brand.
Assisting officers were Sgt. Edward Martinez, Sgt. Michael Pigott, Ptl. Gerard Burke, Ptl. John Allen, and Ptl. James Archinaco.
Also assisting at the scene were Holmdel Fire Company #2, Holmdel First Aid Squad, and MONOC paramedics.
This story was updated on Sept. 10. See Holmdel Car Crash Victim Charged with Drunk Driving, Cocaine Possession