Cape May, NJ – Two Killed in Fatal Crash on Garden State ParkwayNew Jersey Legal News
Cape May, NJ (July 8, 2019) – On Saturday, July 6th, two people lost their lives in an unexpected fatal crash on the Garden State Parkway in Cape May.
According to police, the accident was so severe that it closed down part of the Parkway on Saturday. They claim that a woman from Brick was stopped in the center lane headed southbound when she was suddenly rear-ended by another vehicle.
The woman and her female passenger were instantly killed due to the force of the impact in the accident.
Police say that no charges have been filed, but their investigation into the accident continues at this time.
Our sincere condolences are warmly extended to those who have suffered losses at the hands of another party in this accident.
Fatal Accidents in New Jersey
Fatal accidents take place on our roadways for many different reasons across the state of New Jersey. In one recent year, it was determined that approximately 500 fatal New Jersey car accidents took place due to many reasons, such as distractions, drunk driving, speeding, and many other related reasons. Losing a loved one in an accident can be a difficult time in your life but you are not alone.
Our accident attorneys at Brady, Brady & Reilly understand that, as someone who lost a family member in a serious accident, you might be feeling overwhelmed and devastated by the aftermath. You might find that it is difficult to move forward at this time and our accident attorneys will assist you every step of the way. Contact us at (201) 997-0030 to find out how we can help you.
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