On Thursday morning, it was perhaps the first time that a commuter from New Jersey was in a "money road".
The East Rutherford Police Department said an armored truck spilled along the westbound lanes of the route at 8:30 am – in the middle of the morning rush hour.
The incident occurred near the Metlife Stadium, just outside New York City.
Videos that are published on social media can be motorists You can see them leaving their cars behind when they wanted to get the money off the lanes.
"5, 20 $, everything," one heard someone say in a video by Sabrina Quagliozzi . "Look at the accidents, Wow."
The police said there were "several" crashes reported in the area because people were trying to raise money. Travel also broke out as people got out of their cars.
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Betsy Richards, a Montclair resident, raised NJ Transit Bus to New York City and told NorthJersey.com that she had seen a man in Brinks uniform ran through the traffic and tried to collect the money.
"People said," He's definitely going to get fired. "It's Christmas for some and the loss of a job for another."
According to the police, the incident continues to be investigated, and anyone with information or videos about the incident is asked to speak with the Authorities under the number 201-438-0165