He got traffic tickets after saving his son's life
A man pulled up to a local ravine in Linden, NJ with his son in the back seat. Dad stops the car, son is excited and jumps out of the car and runs up to the ravine bank. Dad sees son about to fall into the ravine and jumps out the vehicle just in time to grab his son before he falls over the edge. When dad and son turn back toward the vehicle they find it has rolled into the ravine.
The police arrived and gave the man two tickets. One for leaving a vehicle without first setting the emergency brake and/or parking the vehicle. The second was for not having his registration. The registration was in the vehicle that was nose deep in the ravine.
Should he have been ticketed?