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NJ mayor's vehicle hits 6 parked cars

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SHREWSBURY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) - State Police are investigating how a New Jersey mayor struck six parked vehicles.

Shrewsbury Township Mayor Edward Nolan tells the Asbury Park Press he blacked out after suffering a seizure on Sunday afternoon.

The 66-year-old says he's had a "seizure condition" for about six years and takes medication. Nolan says he plans to stop driving.

No one was injured.

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