Ewing, NJ – Man Killed in Fatal Train Accident on River Rd

Ewing, NJ – Man Killed in Fatal Train Accident on River Rd

Ewing, NJ (September 11, 2019) – On Tuesday night, September 10th, a man was struck and killed by a train on River Road at the intersection of Lower Ferry Road.

The man was on the train track area for reasons that are still unknown. Police say there was no foul play and the conductor of the train claimed he did not have time to stop after he saw the man.

Police said the incident took place when the train left West Trenton Station and was headed toward Yardley Station. The man who was struck has not yet been identified.

The Ewing Police Department is handling the active investigation at this time.

Our thoughts are with the family of the deceased victim at this time.

Train Accidents in New Jersey 

Ewing, NJ – Man Killed in Fatal Train Accident on River RdLosing a loved one in a train accident can be a difficult thing to go through, especially when it has happened unexpectedly. Pedestrians are at particular risk in New Jersey train accidents due to the fact that they have few protections from harm and are especially vulnerable to these types of accidents. If you have lost a loved one and are unsure of how you and your family will be able to recover, you should speak with a skilled wrongful death attorney about your next moves.

Our attorneys at Brady, Brady & Reilly understand that nothing compares to the aftermath of a serious train accident that has taken place at the hands of a reckless party. Nothing is as overwhelming as grieving while having to balance the financial situation of losing somebody you love, which is why we do not want you to have to stand alone. Please contact us for help you deserve at (201) 997-0030.

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